David Hasselhoff Gets To Keep His Nickname
April 17, 2008, 1:55 pm PDT
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- As a result of their divorce settlement, Pamela Bach and David Hasselhoff may be splitting various bank accounts, their Encino, Calif. home and a long list of various items, but one thing David won't have to give up is his name.
In the settlement papers obtained by Access Hollywood, David will get to keep the rights to the names "Hoff," "Malibu Dave" and the catchphrase "Don't Hassel the Hoff" in various countries.
Among the other items listed in the papers that David will get to keep possession of are a 1993 Mercedes, the "dolphin located in the African room," the "green" elephant located in the African room, the "weights located in the Encino Family residence," the "Ted Williams baseball paraphernalia," the "antique barber chair located in the master suite" and the "French maid located at the Encino family residence."
Some of the items Pamela will get to keep include a 2006 Mercedes CLS 500, a 1999 Lincoln Navigator, her mother's paintings, her Sports Illustrated photo and a photo of Michael Jackson.
Pamela will also get half of David's retirement funds.
David will retain rights to his 1984 album "Night Rider," as well as 42 other projects.
However, he will have to pay Pamela $21,000 per month in spousal support, as well as an additional $4,000 per month in child support for the couple's two kids - Hayley and Taylor.
David and Pamela were married in 1989. They separated in January 2006.