Arnold Schwarzenegger has put acting career on hold
One good thing has come out of this Arnold Schwarzenegger mess: Plans for a fifth Terminator movie are on hold. In fact, all of his movies are on hold. He must have been paying attention to Mel Gibson's career.
"Gov. Schwarzenegger is focusing on personal matters and is not willing to commit to any production schedules or timelines," a statement from his office read, the AP reports. After that, he'll have to keep working just to pay for Maria Shriver's spousal support, who is sure to divorce him for fathering an illegitimate love child with their housekeeper.
"Every judge would know about what happened, and I think would hold it against him," attorney Robert Nachshin told the AP. "Judges are human beings, and Maria will definitely be the sympathetic spouse." Nachsin has represented the ex-wives of celebs like Will Smith, Rod Stewart and John Ritter, and he thinks Arnie's on the hook for at least $100,000 per month for Maria, then $40,000 or more per month in child support. Prepare for Terminators 5 through 12 just for that.
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