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Sandy Mahl Net Worth: How Rich is Garth Brooks’ ex-wife?



Sandy Mahl Net Worth

Sandy Mahl is an American businesswoman. She is known to many as the ex-wife of country music star Garth Brooks. As of 2019, Sandy Mahl net worth is estimated to be $125 million.

Sandy was born on January 16, 1965, in Tulsa, Oklahoma to parents John Mahl and Pat Mahl. Sandy is now a wildlife rehabilitator, vice president and co-founder of Wild Heart Ranch. WHF is a state and federally licensed rehabilitation facility for all species of wildlife needing orphan support, injury or disease recovery.

Sandy Mahl first met Garth before he was famous. She met him in college at Oklahoma State at a bar where he worked as a bouncer. One night Garth was called to end up a brawl in a bar where Sandy had gotten into an argument with another woman. He ended driving up Sandy home and they subsequently began dating then after.

After dating for a couple of years, they ended up being married in 1986 and moved to Nashville where Garth intended to pursue his career in music. Garth struggled at first but Mahl told him to keep pursuing his musical dreams.

Garth and Sandy married for 15 years before divorcing in 2001. Four years later, he married singer Trisha Yearwood. At 1992 ACM Awards, Garth thanked Sandy for her support during his difficult time. When he won the top male vocalist award he said “I’d like to thank to the one person who always seems to make a male vocalist and that is a female by the oddest thing, I’d like to thank my wife, Sandy, for sticking with me”. She was pregnant at that time.

Sandy and Garth have three daughters together Taylor, August, and Allie.

Mahl’s net worth is now $125 million. That’s because of the huge divorce settlement she received from Brooks. The divorce itself is one of the biggest Hollywood divorce settlements in history. Meanwhile, Garth Brooks’ net worth is massive $350 million and earns around $90 million a year mostly from concerts and album sales.

Sandy Mahl Net Worth: $125 million

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