Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin Receives Lawsuit From Ex-Wife

Android Co-Founder Andy Rubin Receives Lawsuit From Ex-Wife

Andy Rubin, Co-founder of Android, has received a civil complaint by his ex-wife Rie Hirabaru Rubin. The civil complaint alleges that Andy and his ex-attorney ingeniously conned her by “convincing her to sign a prenuptial agreement that later barred her from sharing any part of her husband’s financial gains.”

The lawsuit also state that Andy mislead his wife about his financial affairs as he opened a separate bank account in 2014 before divorcing his wife. Rie Rubin demands that the prenuptial be declared invalid.

Andy was a former employee of Google and he left the company after an “inappropriate relationship” with a subordinate. According to sources, he was involved in an extramarital relationship and the female employee said he coerced her to perform oral sex in a hotel room in 2013.

Google Human Resources Department found the account credible but shockingly Andy left the company with an exit package of $90 million.

Andy’s Lawyer said in a statement “this is a family law dispute involving a wife who regrets her decision to execute a prenuptial agreement. It is full of false claims and we look forward to telling our side of the story.”