Jeannie Mai, the estranged wife of Jeezy, is contesting the enforcement of her prenuptial agreement, alleging insufficient time for review and incomplete financial disclosure. In court documents Mai highlights her concerns about the due diligence process, urging the courts to either deny the prenup’s enforcement or modify specific clauses.
Jeannie Mai recently filed a petition with the Fulton County Courts in Atlanta, GA, on January 18, urging the court to reconsider the enforcement of her prenuptial agreement with Jeezy.
She claims that she received the prenup merely five days before their official union, leaving her with inadequate time to thoroughly review its terms.
Mai emphasizes the significance of a comprehensive due diligence process, arguing that the limited timeframe compromised her ability to fully understand the implications of the agreement.
According to her, the expeditious handling of the matter raises concerns about the adequacy and thoroughness of the process.
One of Mai’s primary contentions is the alleged failure of Jeezy to disclose all his financial assets adequately. This omission, she asserts, further complicates the matter and adds to the doubts surrounding the validity of the prenuptial agreement.
In light of these concerns, Jeannie Mai is requesting the court to either outright deny the enforcement of the prenup or mandate adjustments to specific language for her benefit.
The plea underscores her commitment to ensuring a fair and transparent resolution that reflects the true nature of the financial arrangement between the estranged couple.