I know you don’t care, but, according to Us Weekly, local attorney and reality TV personality Phaedra Parks has decided she can’t wait any longer for her husband to get out of prison in 7 years. After just 6 months without sex, Phaedra has thrown in the towel.
Experts suggest that women who are planning their dream should also plan their divorce since more than half of all marriages fail. But most women never think that far in advance. Which is why some divorced women have a difficult time deciding what to do with their wedding dresses after the ink dries on their divorce papers.
A Las Vegas gun range is offering divorcees the privilege of blasting their wedding dresses to smithereens with an AR-15 machine gun.
Money isn’t everything — unless it’s $18 billion dollars. That’s the amount of cash the soon-to-be ex-wife of billionaire oil executive Harold Hamm expects to win in a divorce settlement.
Comedian Chris Rock and his wife Malaak Compton-Rock are divorcing after 19 years of marriage. The couple has two daughters together.
Usher Raymond‘s ex-wife, Tameka Raymond, is blaming their divorce on a secret trip she took to Brazil for a lipo procedure back in 2009. Tameka almost died on the operating table after she went into cardiac arrest.
In an interview to promote her reality TV series, Hollywood Exes: Atlanta, Tameka said, “I did dumb stuff. I mean, I went to Brazil and tried to get lipo and almost died. I think that embarrassed him to like, “Oh no. I’m packing. She’s a nut.”
Of course, we know the truth. Usher’s bags were packed long before that.
According to published reports, ‘Scandal’ star Columbus Short will not return for the hit TV series’ fourth season. Short’s character, Harrison, has been on the show since season 1.
Short’s career was sidelined by recent domestic squabbles with his wife, Tuere Short, who filed for a divorce.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is back on the market after filing for divorce from his wife of two years.
The team made the announcement on Wednesday. CBS Sports notes that the team’s announcement was an odd move (teams don’t usually announce their quarterback’s personal problems in a press release to the media).