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Tiki Barber reaches divorce settlement
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Tiki Barber reaches divorce settlement

Published Apr. 4, 2012 1:00 a.m. ET

Former New York Giants running back Tiki Barber and his ex-wife have finally reached a settlement in their bitter divorce, a clerk at Manhattan Supreme Court confirmed Wednesday.

The clerk said the once-happy couple has 60 days to turn in the settlement to the court.

The ex-Giants star was slapped with divorce papers in 2010 after he was seen gallivanting around town with his then-23-year-old mistress — while his pregnant wife, Ginny Barber, spent a week in the hospital.

At the time Barber was an NBC "Today" correspondent.


Last year, Barber proposed to his one-time mistress — former NBC intern Traci Lynn Johnson, who posed in her skivvies for Maxim in 2011. The new couple planned to be married this spring but had to put the wedding on hold when the Barbers went to war over money.

At the time, Tiki said he could not afford Ginny's alimony demand.

The former couple has two sons, and shortly after Ginny filed for divorce she gave birth to twin girls.


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