Rage Against The Machine Member Gets Divorced

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Tim Commerford, the bassist for the iconic band Rage Against the Machine, has officially settled his divorce with Aleece Dimas.

Dimas initiated the divorce proceedings back in November 2018, and after a lengthy process, the settlement has now been finalized. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Commerford will make an “equalization payment” of $1.85 million to Dimas. Additionally, she will receive $18,700 per month in spousal support from Commerford. The couple shares two adult sons, Xavier Commerford and Quentin Commerford.

As reported by BlabberMouth, The duo, who were married in 2001, had been residing in Malibu with their sons. When Dimas filed for divorce over five years ago, she sought physical custody of their children and spousal support from Commerford.

In November 2018, Commerford confirmed the separation in a statement to People, expressing sadness over the decision after 17 years of marriage. Despite the challenges, he acknowledged the support of family and friends and emphasized their commitment to being loving parents to their two boys.

Adding another layer to Commerford’s personal challenges, in December 2022, he disclosed his diagnosis of prostate cancer. This revelation came at a time when the future of Rage Against the Machine was already under scrutiny.

Recently, Rage Against the Machine drummer Brad Wilk made a significant announcement on Instagram, declaring that the rock group would not tour again. The uncertainty surrounding the band’s future was not clarified by Wilk, leaving fans to wonder if this marked the end of Rage Against the Machine or if there were potential plans for new music.

Recently, Rage Against the Machine drummer Brad Wilk made a significant announcement on Instagram, declaring that the rock group would not tour again. The uncertainty surrounding the band’s future was not clarified by Wilk, leaving fans to wonder if this marked the end of Rage Against the Machine or if there were potential plans for new music.