TMZ obtains court documents detailing the finalized divorce settlement between Auerbach and Gonis. Gonis will receive over $5 million, a 2012 Toyota Highlander, and an asset described as “Bob Dylan’s Hair.”
It’s unclear how the hair was obtained … when it was obtained … if the hair contains any product … etc. — but the point is, Dan agreed to part ways with it in the divorce.
Auerbach accuses estranged wife Gonis of endangering their daughter Sadie, saying his wife tried to commit suicide twice in one day: once by cutting her leg open in front of Sadie, and then by trying to burn the house down. Gonis responds by saying the leg gash was due to years of abuse in the marriage, and that the fire was an accident. Auerbach receives temporary custody of his daughter while Gonis gets supervised visitation rights until the judge is “convinced she’s mentally stable and is not putting their daughter at risk.”
Sources report that Auerbach and Gonis have “parted ways” after the musician attends the Grammys without his wife.
Dan’s wife wasn’t there [at the ceremony] because they are going through a divorce. The split is unfortunate.
Sadie Little Auerbach is born. The lyrics to “Strange Times” (off of the 2008 album Attack & Release) feature a reference to Sadie:
Sadie, Dry Your Tears,
I will be the one.
To pull you through the Mere,
Before you come, before you come undone.