Famous director, Michael Moore, who directed the film "Fahrenheit
9/11," is getting divorced. He is scheduled to bring his literary
agents into the court to assist with his separation. While this will happen
in Michigan, it is plain that this could take place in Arizona or any
state in the U.S.
One of the literary agents is from William Morris Endeavor and is the chief
who was the inspiration for one of the characters in the movie "Entourage."
His character was Ari Gold.
The other literary agent is the man who takes care of all the details for
Mr. Moore's books. Those books include "Dude, Where's My
Country?" "Stupid White Men," "Downsize This! Random
Threats from an Unarmed American."
The two are on the list of individuals who will be at July 2014's trial
in court. The judge will decide how to deal with the tens of millions
of dollars in financial assets and property that Mr. Moore and his wife,
Kathleen Glynn, accumulated while they were married.
The two were married for 23 years and both are from Flint, Michigan. Hi
soon-to-be ex-wife is said to have produced some of Michael Moore's
The relevance of the two agents' testimony is of paramount importance to this
divorce proceeding because they will state that Mr. Moore has a unique niche in
the film and documentary market and also that Glynn wasted a huge amount
of the married couple's funds building a large mansion in northern
Michigan Torch Lake.
The documents that have been filed with the court edify the fact that there
are 300 exhibits that include six stories written about Mr. Moore by the
media in 2011. These stories mocked Moore, who was an Occupy Wall Street
supporter, over the mansion his wife was building for vacation purposes.
One story was called "Moore's $2M hypocrite house."
Together, the couple own eight properties in addition to the Torch Lake
vacation home. They include properties in Michigan and New York, that
includes a condominium built by combining three separate units.
Source: Fox News, "Director Michael Moore enmeshed in vicious divorce" No author given, Jun. 08, 2014