[Vanity Fair] The fact that California is a no-fault [divorce] state has not prevented other high-profile types from inserting strange, behavioral clauses in their pre-nuptial agreements—regardless of whether they carry weight in a court of law.
Neal Hersh, who has represented Brad Pitt, Halle Berry, and Kim Basinger, has his own tales of bizarre pre-nup demands.
“It was provided [in one case] that one of the parties could have extra-marital liaisons and one couldn’t,” Hersh revealed during a separate phone conversation. “That was disgusting. I wouldn’t mind it if it was bilateral. . . . But we did it, and the surprising thing was that the other side signed it.”
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[Optional] Yes or No: Would you agree to a pre-nup barring you from cheating… but allowing your spouse to cheat?