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It has been confirmed that the former governor of California has signed up to star in the Kim Ji-woon-directed movie after postponing his big screen comeback in May.
Both of their lawyers are still trying to work out an agreement, but one of the decided ones reportedly is their Brentwood, CA house.
Since there is no pre-nuptial agreement between the two, the court is likely to grant a split of their properties 50/50.
Citing irreconcilable differences, the former first lady of California is seeking joint custody of their two minor sons and asking for spousal support from her estranged actor husband.
Lawyer for Mildred Baena explains that the mother of Arnold's lovechild decided to give the interview because she was 'tired of people selling their lies to the media or claiming to speak for her.'
Coming clean, Mildred Baena claimed that Maria Shriver had hugged her and forgiven her, telling he that she was not at fault.
Along with his mother Mildred Baena, the former California governor's love child has reportedly hidden in a rural town outside Dallas to escape from public glare over his parents' scandalous affair.
The boy's mother Mildred Baena has reportedly yanked him out of the middle school where paparazzi have been waiting to get a picture of him.
While his estranged wife Maria Shriver does some shopping with their son, the former California governor hops on his motorcycle for a cruise around Malibu, California.
Amidst reports of her marital woes, the estranged wife of Arnold Schwarzenegger is spotted getting a warm hug and a kiss from the U2 frontman after the lunch.
In a letter sent to Entertainment Tonight, Mildred Patricia Baena's lawyer claims to have proof that Rogelio Baena knew all along that he was not the biological father of Arnold's love child.
Rogelio Baena, the former husband of Arnold Schwarzenegger's mistress, confesses that for the past 13 years, he thought the former California governor's son was his biological child.
A British tabloid has reportedly published never-before-seen photos that show the former California governor holding his secret son at his christening among others.
Co-workers describe Mildred Patricia Baena, the mother of Arnold's love child, as a 'self-hating woman' who brags that 'white people were better'.
In light of recent events, people behind the animated TV series decide to not go forward with the project until indefinite time.