In his divorce settlement with Pamela Bach, David Hasselhoff has had to split bank accounts, their family home and a multitude of items ranging from the ordinary to the bizarre, including cars, animal statues and paintings. However, David won't have to give up his nicknames "Hoff," "Malibu Dave" and his catchphrase "Don't Hassel the Hoff" in various countries. Dave also gets to keep a 1993 Mercedes, the "green" elephant and the "dolphin located in the African room," and the "weights" and the "French maid located in the Encino Family residence." Pamela, meanwhile, holds onto a 2006 Mercedes CLS 500, a 1999 Lincoln Navigator, her mother's paintings, her Sports Illustrated photo and a photo of Michael Jackson. Pamela also receives half of David's retirement funds while David will keep rights to his 1984 album Night Rider, along with 42 other projects. He's also been ordered to pay Pamela $21,000 in spousal support and an additional $4,000 per month in child support for their two daughters, Hayley and Taylor.