Sheen’s porn star finally free to marry

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Charlie Sheen's fiancée Brett Rossi's divorce has been finalised, and word is that the actor will be “more generous” in his pre-nup with her than he was with Brooke.

The 'Anger Management' star is one step closer to walking down the aisle with his porn star partner after her divorce from her first husband John Ross finally came through on April 18.

According to court records obtained by RadarOnline.com, the termination date was cited in a judgment on April 23.

Brett, 24, has been involved in a legal battle with her ex-husband since he filed for divorce from her on July 18, 2013, but only responded to the documents on January 30, 2014 after falling for Charlie.

And it seems Charlie and Brett - who got engaged in February after just three months of dating - won't be rushing into things since they are now planning to tie the knot on November 22.

A source told the site: “The wedding date has been set for November 22, 2014. It's going to be extremely elaborate, and Charlie has told Brett to plan the wedding of her dreams, with no cap on the budget.”

The couple are expected to get a pre-nup before their big day this autumn due to the 48-year-old actor's estimated $125 million net worth, largely thanks to his stint on sitcom 'Two and a Half Men'.

The insider added: “Charlie will be a little more generous with Brett in regards to the pre-nup, than he was with [his ex-wife] Brooke [Mueller].”

'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Brooke walked away from the marriage with an estimated $3.5 million, and the warring exes appear to have finally settled their differences after rowing over the custody of their twin sons Bob and Max, five, since she is expected to be a guest of honour at Charlie's fourth wedding.

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