Melania Trump has reportedly renegotiated her prenuptial agreement with Donald Trump as the former president campaigns for the White House and legal troubles mount, Page Six reports.
The terms of this new agreement increases the trust for the couple’s son, Barron, provides for Melania and involves money and property, sources told Page Six.
This is not the first time Melania has renegotiated her prenuptial agreement. In 2020, Washington Post reporter, Mary Jordan, revealed in her book, ‘The Art Of Her Deal’, that Melania delayed moving into the White House because she was renegotiating her prenup with Trump after his infidelity and other sexual proclivities were brought to light during the 2016 campaign.
This latest update is believed to be the third time Melania has renegotiated the terms of her prenup. Sources told Page Six that the move is not because she plans to leave Trump, she is just concerned about securing a future for their son and herself.
This comes as Trump is campaigning for a second term in the White House while fighting costly legal battles.
Trump is facing 91 criminal charges across four indictments. He was also found liable for sexual abuse of E. Jean Carroll and ordered to pay $5 million and is facing a $250 million civil case brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James against him and his businesses.
Trump has pleaded not guilty to all 91 criminal charges and in James’ case.