Divorced people: rappers Ye and Kim Kardashian
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Kim Kardashian and Ye, formerly known as rapper Kanye West, have reportedly reached an agreement in their divorce proceedings.
According to media reports, they will share custody of their four children, aged 3, 4, 6 and 9.
Several media quoted from the divorce agreement, citing the competent court in Los Angeles.
Accordingly, the parents must agree which schools the children should attend.
Decisions about therapies, coaching or religious activities should also be made together.
Kim Kardashian is also said to receive a monthly allowance of $200,000 for child support, as most of the children will be in her household.
The children are therefore prohibited from choosing their center of life more than 100 kilometers from Kardashian's current place of residence before they graduate from high school or have reached the age of 19.
The entrepreneur lives in Hidden Hills near Los Angeles.
According to the New York Post, Ye has agreed to give Kardashian another property in Hidden Hills.
She will also keep homes in Malibu and Riverside, as well as in Harrison, Idaho, the paper said.
Neither spouse will pay child support to the other and both will settle their debts themselves, Sky News reported.
The costs of keeping the children safe and attending schools or universities would be shared.
Kardashian and Ye are said to have drafted a prenuptial agreement before the wedding and kept their assets separate as much as possible.
The couple married in 2014 and Kardashian filed for divorce in February last year.
After the split, Ye attacked Kardashian and her family, as well as her then-boyfriend Pete Davidson, on social media.
Among other things, he complained that he was not involved in raising the children and was excluded from birthday parties and other events.
In recent months, Ye has sparked renewed controversy for attacking celebrities on social media and posting anti-Semitism.
His Twitter and Instagram accounts were restricted, companies stopped working with him.
Last week, the musician met with ex-President Donald Trump and alleged Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, a representative of white supremacists in the US and ex-YouTuber, whose channel was permanently blocked for hate speech.