Scottie Pippen’s Ex-Wife Larsa Pippen Wins Huge Settlement From His Retirement Fund – News

BEL AIR, CA – FEBRUARY 15: Larsa Pippen and Scottie Pippen attend the Haute Living NBA All Star Dinner Honoring Scottie Pippen on February 15, 2018 in Bel Air, California.
It’s been nearly two years since Scottie and Larsa Pippen announced their divorce following 24 years of marriage. As it turns out, Larsa is going to receive large sums of cash from her ex-husband through his retirement fund.

RadarOnline.com was able to obtain court documents which outline that Larsa is an “alternate payee” for Scottie’s retirement fund. The agreement was signed last Thursday:

“According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, the exes have informed the court that Larsa will now be listed as an “alternate payee” on the Chicago Bulls 401k Savings Plan Trust.

Larsa Pippen (left) and Scottie Pippen (right) at 2018 dinner.

Larsa Pippen (left) and Scottie Pippen (right) at 2018 dinner. (Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Haute Living)

The account was found to be community property of the marital estate. Per the filing, Larsa will receive 50% of all account balances as of the plan valuation date closest to the parties’ date of marital separation November 3, 2016.”

The Chicago Bulls’ legend and Basketball Hall of Famer married the well-known television personality in 1997. Scottie and Larsa have four children together. The six-time NBA Champion was previously married to Karen McCollum, and they had a son, Antron, who tragically passed away at age 33 on Apr. 18, 2021.

BREAKING: Larsa Pippen has reportedly been awarded some of her ex-husband Scottie Pippen’s Chicago Bulls retirement fund.

Larsa has been recognized as an “alternate payee” of Scottie’s Chicago Bulls 401k Savings Plan Trust, RadarOnline reports. pic.twitter.com/zekSOKMZIr

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Larsa, who turns 49 on July 6, is currently in a relationship with 32-year-old Marcus Jordan, the son of Scottie’s longtime Chicago teammate Michael Jordan.

One of the most iconic duos in the history of American sports, Pippen and Jordan led the Bulls to six NBA Championships over an eight-year span from 1991 to 1998 (two three-peats). Pippen was a seven-time All-Star and an eight-time member of the NBA All-Defensive First Team.

Pippen played for the Bulls from 1987-88 to 1997-98 before moving on to the Houston Rockets in 1998-99. He then spent four years with the Portland Trail Blazers before coming back to Chicago for his swan song NBA season in 2003-04.

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