Randy Orton divorce with Samantha Speno: WWE star splits amicably [PHOTO]
WWE star Randy Orton has ended his marriage with wife Samantha Speno.
The 33-year-old professional wrestler and Samantha Speno tied the knot back in 2007 before separating in 2012. The pair filed for divorce in March and they are not officially divorced.
According to TMZ, Orton was able to keep the profits from his entire WWE contract, including his gun collection, several bank accounts, cars, and another house. Speno was $654,317, and go to keep her jewelry and a house. She will also receive $4,500 in child support every month for their 4-year-old daughter, Alanna Marie Orton.
According to divorce papers, the marriage has been described as "irretrievably broken" by Speno.
Orton reportedly makes $3.5 million a year. He has won the World Heavyweight Championship three times and the WWE Championship six times. Orton's grandfather Bob Orton Sr., father Bob Orton and uncle Barry O have all competed in the professional wrestling industry.
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