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Mariah Carey bans Nick Cannon from divorce talk

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Mariah Carey has banned Nick Cannon from speaking publicly about their divorce.

The 44-year-old singer has reportedly slapped the 'America's Got Talent' host with a confidentiality agreement, which could see him hit with financial penalties if he violates the contract.

A source told TMZ.com: "Nick and Mariah's lawyers hashed out a confidentiality agreement as part of their divorce ... and it's completely one-sided."

It is believed Mariah - who has four-year-old twins Moroccan and Monroe with her spouse - is allowed to announce details of their divorce on her terms.

The 33-year-old hunk has already confirmed that he and Mariah - whom he married in 2008 - have been living in separate houses "for a few months."

He said yesterday (21.08.14): "There is trouble in paradise. We have been living in separate houses for a few months. My main focus is my kids."

Meanwhile, the former couple's lawyers are currently in talks about a custody agreement for Moroccan and Monroe, as well as a property settlement.

Friends of Mariah and Nick, who put their New York mansion up for sale in June, believe their six-year marriage began to break-down after the host revealed that he'd previously slept with five famous women, including Kim Kardashian, during an appearance on a US radio show in March.

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