By Brian Reed

It's all fun and games until somebody takes a mistress. Or five.

Celebrity gossip is all the more juicy when it involves divorce court, not to mention millions of dollars.

In the past few years, we've seen our share of high-profile, messy divorces between athletes and their spouses -- some due to accusations of infidelity. Many of these athletes did sign prenuptial agreements, but they still lost a fortune after walking down the aisle. Here are our top six:

The Investing Answer: No one wants to talk about the possibility of divorce even before his or her marriage starts; some people think even talking about the concept of a prenuptial agreement is a guaranteed sign that a marriage will fail.

If you have significant assets or a highly marketable skill like these elite athletes, you'd have to be a fool not to sign a prenup before you get married. Learn the most important things about prenups in this InvestingAnswers feature, "4 Things Everyone Should Know Before Signing a Prenuptial Agreement."

Still, when it comes to the rich and famous, a prenup is no guarantee the divorce won't cost millions. You can always opt for a postnuptial agreement -- learn how by reading "4 Ways a Post-Nup Can Save Your Marriage."

Popular Stories On ThePostGame:
-- Famous Athlete-Celeb Marriages -- And Divorces
-- Former Olympic Gymnast Raj Bhavsar Soars In Second Career With Cirque Du Soleil
-- Joe Paterno Tries To Defend Himself, And Fails
-- Bullying Victims Fight Back With Help From Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Royalty

1939 Dodge Still Runs -- As A Grill