Nikki couldn't move in until she wrote her name on the dotted line.
It's never really surprising when rich couples sign prenuptial agreements before getting married. When lots of money is involved, especially when it primarily stems from one half of the relationship, then it only makes sense to want to protect it if something goes wrong. Kanye already told us this.
What is unusual, however, is being forced to sign a contract before you're even married, simply to move into your partner's home. Well, that's exactly what happened when John Cena's ex-fiancée, Nikki Bella, wanted to move into his home with him. According to the NY Daily News, this was originally seen in a 2016 episode of the wrestling reality show, Total Bellas, but it's taken on a whole new meaning in light of their recent split.
The contract itself was massive, totaling 75 pages. The contract outlined several rules required for Bella to be allowed entry into John Cena's home, the most egregious being that she would only be considered as a "guest" in the house.
In the contract, Cena writes, "“Although I do not wish to be formal, I do not want there to be any misunderstanding regarding your presence at the home as my guest," adding, "In the event that I ask you to vacate the home, you agree to immediately vacate the home and remove any and all items you have brought into the home as soon as possible."
That's pretty harsh terms to put on someone who you intend to marry, but Cena claimed it was to protect his finances so he could continue to support his family members.