Guns N’ Roses’ Slash Reveals How Much Money He Makes Per Month


The Blast reports that Slash says his estranged wife is delaying the couple’s pending divorce and wants her to sign off on a proposed agreement that rewards her millions of dollars.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, Slash is asking the court to enter a proposed settlement agreement as a final judgement in the divorce and claims Perla Ferrar has had enough time to make any changes she wants and provide all the financial documentation she was required to file.

The Guns ‘N Roses guitar legend says “Perla has been slow responding, or has deliberately drawn out responding, throughout this matter.” He makes it clear, “I want to move on with my life.”

According to Slash’s proposed deal, Perla maintains primary custody of the couple’s two children and Slash and her will share joint legal custody. Slash will be required to pay $39,000 per month in child support and the children will also collect 1.8% of Slash’s income until the year 2036.

He also agreed to pay Perla $100,000 per month in spousal support until death or remarriage. The support pales in comparison to the $6,627,352 equalization payment the rocker will be required to pay within 30 days of the judgement getting signed off.

Slash got to keep some important stuff, like all his interest in Guns ‘N Roses and his other companies, all his trademarks and residuals and a slew of fully-loaded bank accounts.

He also gets his entire collection of guitars and instruments, along with a 2011 Ford F-150.

The former couple each bought new houses, so they don’t have to worry about selling off any property, but Perla will also get to keep another home in Los Angeles.

She made out big in the auto department, getting a 2014 Range Rover, 2015 Mercedes AMG and a 2015 Mercedes Benz GL 450.

Slash also listed his monthly income, which towers at $345,000 per month. Perla hasn’t filed hers yet, but Slash is adamant that he does not need to see it and would just like the judgement entered ASAP.

A judge has not yet ruled on Slash’s request to get his judgement entered, but he’s hoping it will be made official so he can finally “move on.”