A tearful Ivana Trump was divorced Tuesday from her multimillionaire husband, Donald, whose "cruel and inhuman treatment" was given as the reason for ending their 12-year marriage.
But the dissolution left unresolved who will get what from the troubled Trump empire and whether their marital agreement -- giving him the lion's share -- will hold. State Supreme Court Justice Phyllis Gangel-Jacob ordered an April 11 hearing to determine Ivana's share.
In granting the divorce, the judge mentioned "Mr. Trump's cruel and inhuman treatment such as made it unfaith or improper to continue to be married." She did not elaborate.
Donald Trump said he has not decided whether she would continue as president of the Plaza, a hotel he bought for $400 million in 1988. Ivana led a $100 million restoration program.