"Jo has had enough of his behaviour," News of the World quoted a pal as saying. "She feels humiliated, spurned and furious that her best friend has treated her like that. She has spoken with her legal team—and they've made it clear she is in a terrifically strong position. And she knows there is little argument that she has saved his career and life from the drugs and booze many times," the pal added.
Divorce experts predicted that she could win much as half of the rocker's 70 million pounds fortune and net up to a further 20 percent for her years of work as his executive assistant. Jo, who could even claim part of his future earnings, has the support of family and friends in the decision. There were no comments from Wood"s spokesman regarding the divorce.