Richard Gere and estranged wife reportedly fighting over $100 million fortune

Actor Richard Gere and his estranged “Bond girl” wife Carey Lowell are duking it out in divorce court over his estimated $100 million fortune after resolving their custody dispute over their 15-year-old son, according to the New York Post.

A source told The Post Gere and Lowell, who have been married for 12 years, agreed to settle the custody portion of their divorce while ago, but the source declined to comment on the details of the deal.

Lowell, 54, who filed the divorce proceeding last year, declined to comment after the parties met behind closed-doors with the judge and their attorneys for about 30 minutes.

Before meeting with the judge Gere and Lowell shared a friendly chat while reading separate copies of The New York Times. Lowell suggested a piece about suicide on an Indian reservation in South Dakota.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.

“The Buddhist actor craves privacy, and Lowell likes socializing with other bigwigs,” according to a source.

Unlike last time Gere came to Manhattan Supreme court over the split when he angrily poked an umbrella at press photographers, on Friday the devoted Buddhist was very zen.

Gere was so absorbed in his paper that he didn’t hear the judge repeatedly call him into his chambers for a compliance conference.

The “Pretty Woman” star flirted with a reporter in the elevator joking, “You want me to give you a special, intimate interview?”

His attorneys, from the high-powered firm Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan, cut him off with a “no comment.”

The former “Law & Order” actress then left the building using the famous front steps that are featured on the legal television series.

“Parties on anonymous,” Justice Matthew Cooper said, using the official case name after it was sealed to try and hide the celebrities’ identity, before Lowell summoned her ex with a commanding, “Richard.”

The Post’s Page Six has reported that the duo split because he prefers to meditate while she likes to party.

But officers allowed her to snap photos of the elaborate WPA mural in the courthouse’s first-floor rotunda even though photography not allowed in the building.

Gere, 65, smiled and left in a black, chauffeur-driven Lincoln Navigator.

Richard Gere Interview on 9/11, New Movie ‘Arbitrage’ Video

? The land of the free and the home of the brave ? a bell tolls. Talking to my producer, kate, about this early this morning. Everything. You have to be of a certain age and they start giving you this stuff. And I come into this retreat that’s on a lake. I was here in new york. The movie is not easy. Let’s show a little of that. Like san sebastian, the whole town, the whole region comes out. I left early in the morning. It is getting such great reviews all across the country. You play a wall street titan, a benevolent billionaire on the outside. And in business we can be this, at home we can be this. I was making too good of a case. And now, we’re seeing all these bankers and fund managers, who are more like us. But make the same kind of moral bad decisions. That’s what everybody was doing that day. You know, at the peak of your power right now. He’s wealthy, yeah. It doesn’t work that way. The festivals that I’ve been to. And everyone is stunned. I don’t know if he’s a billionaire, by the way. It’s just filled with love and affection. I think europeans are — the whole town comes out. I finally got through to the family. From the cops.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

Test Text1 plain On this 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we pause, now, to remember that moment, when the first plane hit the world trade center. I couldn’t call back home. I left like 7:00 in the morning. I was on my way to a retreat up in massachusetts. One of the things you get into, are the masters of the universe, also try to create their own moral universe. She says one of the things you pull off here in the character, is everyone is watching this thing, knowing at some level, your character’s a very bad guy. It’s hard not to get caught up in that, richard. The movie’s going to be a big hit. And we’re back, now, in the studio, with our next guest, richard gere. I do want to move on to your movie. Take sure your family is okay. If you really look at the film, there’s nobody in this film that doesn’t make some bad decisions. The shopping. It recalls the bernie madoff scandal. We had to pull some out. But on the inside, your world seems to be crashing in on you. I don’t know what’s going on. One of them is your wife. But you’re also rooting for him. I was driving up to massachusetts. And we remember the victims of those attacks, 11 years ago today. You know, when we made the movie, bernie madoff was kind of the archetype of everybody’s idea of corruption, and money, funds, greed, and all that. Yes, the charities. Although, as you say, no. Our actions, our thoughts, our morality, resonates through every part of our lives. They started to tell me what was going on. But these are the dinosaur awards. The trainers. The phone wasn’t working. I forgot this was the 11th until this morning. They’re all connected. But it’s very nice. You knew nothing? I knew nothing until I got there because I had the radio off. They’re more normal people, certainly living at a different stratosphere. Also getting honored, I saw at the zurich film festival. This guy makes very bad decisions. By the time, the movie was released, it had gone past bernie madoff, who was obviously a very sick man. How does it feel to get the lifetime achievement awards? It’s a little premature. One thing about this movie, but people think — you and I and probably the 400 people who are here, we think we can compartmentalize our morality. The wonderful, charities. “Arbitrage” comes out friday. If you look at her actions and where she’s coming from. You remember, it was the most beautiful day. I’ve had close friends come up to me who were really angry with me because they were rooting for the guy. How do you think I pay for them? She wanted to cut that scene because I listed 50 things. Susan sarandon. And our other relationships. Just like today. This is something ripped out of the headlines. The cell wasn’t working. Richard, thank you very much.

Transcript for Richard Gere on 9/11, New Movie ‘Arbitrage’. Especially the european ones. Thank you for sharing that. You know, she’s gotten very comfortable with the lifestyle. The unhappiness. It was such a beautiful day. Mid life. The drinking. And everyone was okay. Absolutely. How do you think I’ve tolerated all this? Tolerated? What about me? What about the complaining. I didn’t even want the radio on. Yeah. He’s not quite a billionaire. Were you in washington then? I was here. It’s very generous and very loving. So, three hours later, I’m up there. And it was such a beautiful day. That moment seems so fresh

A New Wave: Sports Arbitrage Trading

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When starting out in sports arbitrage trading, many people don’t have a clue as to how many bookmakers to use and how much money to place with each bookmaker and how to fund the bookmakers. Usually a spreadsheet with all of the bookmakers’ login information and passwords works well.

A New Wave: Sports Arbitrage Trading

 by: Timothy Rohrer

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