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Seal And Heidi Klum Fight Over Kids’ Photos

August 29, 2012 05:00 PM by Gina Hall

The match made in Heaven that was the marriage of singer Seal and “Project Runway” star Heidi Klum has somehow come unraveled, and continues to unravel like a ball of yarn in the paws of an angry cat.

The juicy details that the Internet machine needs the way vampires need blood, were scant and dry with regard to the divorce of Tom Cruise and his wife Katie Holmes.

Not so with the latest celebrity couple to go supernova.

Radar has reported that Seal’s decision to use personal photos of their children (Leni, 8; Henry, 6; Johan, 5; and Lou, 2) in ads has not flown over very well with Heidi Klum, who did not give permission for her children to be product spokespeople. The ads are for a digital camera company.

Heidi Klum’s lawyer demanded the camera company to remove the Internet video, which featured images of the children.

Seal’s argument , according  to an anonymous “insider” quoted by Radar, was that the photos belonged to him, and therefore, he could do whatever he wanted with them.

Seal has previously challenged Klum’s request for primary physical custody of the children, requesting that they both be granted equal time. He also reportedly contested Klum’s claim that the couple had no joint assets to split up.

Seal’s net worth has been estimated at about $15 million. It was unclear if he made all of it from that song he used to sing.

Heidi is worth an estimated $70 million.

No wonder she says there’s no joint assets.

The couple announced their divorce in January to the dismay of just about everyone who believes in celebrity marriages.

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