Faith Hill and Tim McGraw 2014 Divorce: Selling House After Gay Breakup Rumors? [UPDATE]
If the tabloids are accurate, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw may be getting a divorce in 2014. Following months of rumors that claim Tim McGraw is secretly gay, the couple are still struggling to sell their home.
The latest edition of Star is back at it. The popular US tabloid made Tim and Faith their cover story for the June 16 edition.
One source claimed that Tim and Faith were definitely getting a divorce, due in part to how controlling Faith is. In fact, Hill allegedly fired all of Tim's staff:
"Faith let go of Tim's longtime assistant and right-hand man, with who he'd been best friends for years, a guy Tim's daughter looked up to like an uncle. Faith also fired five members of Tim's backup band, the Dancehall Doctors-some of whom had been with Tim from before he even had a record deal...It was like Faith had totally emasculated Tim and it was heartbreaking."
This isn't the only tabloid report to suggest that the two are calling it quits. In fact, some outlets have complained that the two are about to undergo a $140 million dollar divorce, as Celeb Dirty Laundry reports:
"According to the March 24th print edition of National Enquirer Faith realized that all of the screaming and yelling in the world wasn't going to change Tim's bad behavior so she went back to the proverbial drawing board. She figured out a deal that she thought that they could both live with and presented it to him. Part of it included Tim needing to sober up but he decided to finally just do it. As long as he's sober he's a better father and husband which means there is far less fighting in the family home."
Whether or not the two are splitting up remains to be determined, but they are definitely trying to divorce themselves from some real estate. The two have listed their mega mansion at $20 million and reveal what makes the house so special:
Residences: The estate includes four separate houses and an 1,188 sq. ft. caretaker's apartment above the barn.
Antebellum House: This house features a dramatic columned-entry, soaring beamed ceilings and natural rock walls. The listing does note the Antebellum House needs restoration.
Log Cabin: With 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and all the best farm-charm money can buy, the 3,330 square foot log cabin perfectly fits into the estate's peaceful, pastoral setting© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.