Beth Shuey came into the limelight after being married to the former NFL player, Sean Payton. Her ex-husband became a hot topic in recent days after he was tested positive for COVID-19.
Beth was married to her partner, Sean for almost 20 years, unfortunately, they divorced in 2012 with mutual understanding. After the divorce, Sean had to pay his ex-wife a six-digit figure as settlement.
Well, let’s get to know Beth Shuey in more detail.
Beth Shuey: Ex-Wife of Sean Payton
Beth Shuey and Sean Payton walked down the aisle in 1992, two years after they started dating. The duo first met during Beth’s final college years.
Shuey was a senior at Indiana State University when she first met Sean, who joined the college as a running back and wide receivers coach in 1990. The pair met and fell in love. They dated for a couple of years before deciding to take vows in 1992.
7 years into their happy married life, Beth and her partner welcomed their first child, a daughter, Meghan Payton. Similarly, three years later, on May 31, 2000, they welcomed their second child, this time a son, Connor Payton.
Their daughter, Meghan is now a sports reporter and is dating an actor, Christopher Titone. As for Connor, he is an NFL player at Texas Christian University. He is dating his girlfriend, Audrey L. Carrington.
Sean Payton and Beth Shuey’s Divorce!
The pair were married for almost two decades till 2012 when Sean filed for divorce on June 14. The divorce was claimed on the grounds of “conflict of personalities.” The petition indicated that they be given joint custody of their kids in addition to the court also dividing their estate.
On June 26, however, Beth counter-filed for divorce requesting to be appointed as the primary custodian of their kids, meaning, she had exclusive rights to decide about their kids’ medical, legal, and educational interests.
According to the divorce settlement, Beth got the primary custody of her two kids while her ex had to pay her huge alimony plus child support. In addition to it, her former partner also lost his 7,785 square feet home which cost $3.45 million (original price $3.195 million) in 2012.
Speaking of Beth’s current relationship status, she is currently married to her partner, Jamie McGuire. The pair tied the knot recently on September 20, 2020. Her partner is a real estate agent at Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston. She now has two stepdaughters, Maggie and Molly McGuire.
In contrast, her former husband, Sean got engaged with the former Miss West Virginia, Skylene Montgomery on November 8, 2020.
Shuey’s Former Lover Tested Positive for Covid-19
Beth Shuey McGuire’s former partner, Sean Payton was tested positive for COVID-19 on March 19, 2020. He was the first confirmed case of Covid in the NFL.
While talking to ESPN, Sean revealed that he came forward with the news because he wanted everyone to consider government officials’ warnings and behave responsibly.
I was fortunate to be in the minority, without the serious side effects that some have. I’m lucky. Younger people feel like they can handle this, but they can be a carrier to someone who can’t handle it. So we all need to do our part. It’s important for every one of us to do our part.Sean Payton on COVID.
Payton followed the guidelines and isolated himself after the positive results. When he didn’t get a fever for eight or nine days straight, he tested again. This time, fortunately, he was tested negative.
Shuey is a Millionaire
Beth Shuey holds a net worth of around $5 million, all thanks to her divorce settlement with her ex-husband, who currently enjoys a fortune of $24 million and a yearly salary of $8 million.
During the divorce settlement, Shuey got to keep their Texas home, which cost $3.45 million. In addition to it, she also received the primary custody of her kids and with that, monthly six-figure child and spousal support.
Well, Beth Shuey alongside her current husband and two kids are living a lavish lifestyle in their home in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Some Photos of Beth Shuey McGuire
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