Author Justine Musk's high-profile divorce will be on TV Tuesday night [Updated]
Justine Musk is the author of three novels: "Bloodangel" and "Lord of Bones," both dark fantasies, and "Uninvited," a young adult thriller. She blogs with vigor about writing -- procrastination, creativity and inspiration -- and has been known to frequent the L.A. literary scene.
And on Tuesday night, you can catch her on CNBC's "Divorce Wars," about the "confidential world of multimillion dollar divorce."
Justine, second from left, has a new beau (my guess would be that fellow standing next to her); she and Elon have five children together -- twins and triplets. [Update, Wed. 9:15 a.m.: An earlier version of this post incorrectly said Musk was second from right.]
Musk wrote about her divorce in Marie Claire:
In the late spring of 2008, my wealthy entrepreneurial husband, Elon Musk, the father of my five young sons, filed for divorce. Six weeks later, he texted me to say he was engaged to a gorgeous British actress in her early 20s who had moved to Los Angeles to be with him. Her name is Talulah Riley, and she played one of the sisters in 2005's "Pride and Prejudice." Two of the things that struck me were: a) "Pride and Prejudice" is a really good movie, and b) My life with this man had devolved to a cliché.
In the article, Musk also remembers their good times and describes what it was like to slowly become a trophy wife -- something she said she wasn't much good at.