The split was made official on Monday after a Virginia judge singed the divorce decree. The site notes that there is both a pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreement which splits their assets evenly.
Nearly a year ago, Tareq filed for divorce from Michaele in September after he claimed that she "was engaged in an adulterous relationship" with Journey guitarist Neal Schoun. In the court documents, he said that he has suffered "both emotional and physical harm" due to Michaele abandoning the marriage.
One week prior, Tareq alerted the Warren County police that he feared his wife had been kidnapped. Turns out, she had gone to Memphis with Schoun, who is an ex-boyfriend of hers. Tareq then sued Schoun for $50 million, which ended in a settlement deal last week between the two.