NEW YORK (AP) _ Marla Maples said she didn't read her prenuptial agreement with Donald Trump before signing it just two days before they married in 1993.

``I refused to read it because I felt it was sealing our fate,'' Maples said in Monday's Daily News. Had she read it, ``I'm sure I would not have signed it. I probably would not have gotten married, either.''

Maples said she only read the document after she split from Trump in May.

``I couldn't believe that anyone would put that kind of financial limitation on what love is,'' she said.

Maples, 33, didn't reveal details of the agreement but said reports that she'll receive $2.5 million are inaccurate.

Tiffany, her daughter with Trump, was 2 months old when they married. She's now 4 and ``I'm praying that he's fair where she's concerned,'' Maples said.

The amount Trump is offering in child support for Tiffany, Maples said, is nowhere near the annual $100,000 a year he provided for each of his three kids with his first wife, Ivana.