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Woody Johnson's wealthy ex-wife Sale Johnson and her new husband, former NFL star and sportscaster Ahmad Rashad, have apparently hit a rough spot in their marriage and a lot of the problem stems from him hanging around with his golf buddies Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan.
The couple, who live in a swanky enclave of Jupiter, Fla., have been fighting over her immense $100 million fortune and his friendship with golf bad boy Woods, as well as his longtime pal NBA great Jordan, a source told The New York Post.
The Post's Page Six reports, "Sale has asked him to move out. Things appear to be very bitter. He is trying to get her banned from his country club in Florida. And she worries about the influence of known adulterers Woods and Jordan.
"He plays golf with Tiger Woods. He's also close friends with Michael Jordan, who was living with them for over a year."
This story is sad and strange in so many ways. But finding out Jordan was couch crashing for over a year? That's funny.
Sale, a socialite and former model, received a $100 million divorce settlement from the New York Jets owner in 2001 and has a "watertight prenup with Ahmad," said a source. "So if they divorce, he won't be walking away with tens of millions."
Rashad, a television studio host for NBA TV Atlanta, "spends a lot of time with Jordan and buddies, golfing," the source added.
Johnson and Rashad (both 63) married in 2007. Rashad has been married four times — most famously to "Cosby Show"star Phylicia Ayers-Allen for 16 years.
I smell a sit-com — "Four's Company?" Maybe "Caddyshacked."
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