Pointer Sister Finalizes Divorce From Husband of 38 Years

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Bonnie Pointer is so excited.

After 38 years of marriage, the 65-year-old founding member of the Pointer Sisters has finalized her divorce from Motown Records producer Jeffrey Bowen.

Although separated since 2004, the longtime couple initially filed for divorce in 2014.

According to the court documents obtained by TMZ, Bonnie will get to keep all of her music royalties as that is the only separate property she had from her ex.

Despite marrying in 1978, the duo shared no community property and have no children together. In addition, neither will get any spousal support.

In 2011, Bonnie was arrested for possessing crack cocaine and later appeared on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.

She started the Pointer Sisters with sister June in the early 70s, but left the group for a solo career just prior to their explosion on the pop charts with hits like “He’s So Shy,” “Slow Hand,” “I’m So Excited,” and “Jump (For My Love).”

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