Lisa Armstrong likes tweets calling Ant McPartlin ‘s**tty and spineless’ – and insists her huge payout means ‘nothing’ – The Sun

LISA Armstrong has liked a series of tweets calling her ex Ant McPartlin “s**tty and spineless” – after insisting her mutli-million pound payout means “nothing”.

Yesterday The Sun revealed that Ant, 44, had settled his bitter legal battle with the Strictly make-up artist, 43, by agreeing to give her over half his £50million fortune.

Following the news, Lisa expressed her opinion on the situation by liking tweets from her fans supporting her.

One she liked read: “I bet the money means nothing in some respects, it certainly can't buy the respect she deserves or makeup for the s**tty spineless way he scurried off & tried to silence her.

“Whatever the sum is I'm sure it will be put to much better use & I wish her all the best.”

Another one read: “Get what you can! You deserve it! Terrible treatment of you since you found out when we did! And with a so called friend! It’s heartbreaking behaviour.”

And she liked one person’s post that said: “Why do people care what you get, no amount of money big or small can change the fact a heart was broken.”

Ant and Lisa, who married in 2006, split in January 2018, five months after he left rehab.

The star had been struggling with a two-year addiction to super-strong painkillers – resulting from a knee operation – and a battle with booze.

The Sun revealed in June 2018 that Ant had found love again with his personal assistant Anne-Marie Corbett, 43.

On Tuesday Lisa and Ant came face-to-face in a meeting where they reached their agreement.

It is one of the biggest celebrity divorce settlements in British history.

A source close to both sides said: “They both decided they wanted it resolved.”

Ant is said to be “delighted” after agreeing to give Lisa over half of his £50million fortune.

She will also keep the couple’s £5million former marital home in West London.

Lisa is not expected to be entitled to the ITV favourite’s future earnings as part of the deal.

Neither side is believed to have signed a confidentiality agreement.

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