The wife Earl Jones suffered “mental cruelty” at the hands of the admitted fraudster, according to recently released divorce documents. In the petition, filed September 14, Maxime Jones, née Heayberd, reserves the right to claim proceeds from the sale of the couple’s three properties, which were seized following Jones’ bankruptcy last summer. She also asks for a handful of knick knacks. Among them: two painted duck lamps, Royal Doulton figurines, silver plate flatware, three fondue pots, three bibles and glass dessert bowls. Earl Jones is currently in police custody after pleading guilty last week to two charges fraud after bilking his clients for tens of millions of dollars.