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Trevor Ariza is back on the market after his wife, Bree Anderson, filed for divorce.

According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Bree cited the usual "irreconcilable differences".

Trevor and Bree, who were married in April 2018, share two minor children, Tristan and Taylor.

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Bree is asking for full custody of the children and visitation rights for Trevor.

Trevor also has a son, Tajh, from a previous relationship. His son is named after his brother, Tajh Ariza, who died after he fell out of a hotel room window in Venezuela.

Bree is requesting spousal support from Trevor, along with attorney's fees. Bree claims they need more time to determine their physical assets.

Trevor, 37, last played for the Los Angeles Lakers. He won an NBA championship with the Lakers in 2009. He signed a one-year deal with the team for $2.6 million in 2021.

He was waived by the Lakers on April 7, 2022 after undergoing a surgical procedure on his right ankle and sitting out most of the season.

Trevor played for 12 NBA teams in his 18-year career. According to, he has a net worth of $20 million.

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Safaree Samuels convinced a family court judge that he couldn't afford to pay Erica Mena more than $4,300 a month in child support.

Court documents obtained by TMZ show the judge ordered the aspiring rapper to pay Erica $4,305 a month in child support.

The 41-year-old "Burner" rapper married Erica in 2019. Erica filed for divorce in May 2021 after she confirmed he was cheating.

They share two minor children, a daughter named Safire and a boy named Legend.

She also has a 15-year-old son, King Conde, by ex Raul Conde.

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Erica was furious that Safaree cheated on her while she was pregnant with their second child.

In court papers, Erica said her marriage was "irretrievably broken," with "no hope for reconciliation."

She did not return the $500,000 that Safaree reportedly paid for her rings.

The "Love & Hip Hop" stars sold their $1.2 million marital pad near Atlanta in June, according to TMZ.

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Last month Safaree denied leaking a sexually explicit tape featuring his current girlfriend Kimbella Matos.

"I am taking full legal and criminal action," he tweeted. "The person who did that is going to pay. And I am not letting up either. Not letting this 1 slide. This is a cyber crime and I am pressing full charges!!"

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Ne-Yo has filed court documents asking a judge to reject alimony for his estranged wife Crystal Renay Smith.

The "Don't Love Me" singer also wants the judge to evict Crystal and their children from his Georgia house.

Crystal filed for divorce in August after she found out her cheating husband fathered a child out of wedlock.
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According to court documents obtained by, Ne-Yo, real name Shaffer Smith, said his marriage is "irretrievably broken with no hope of reconciliation."

Ne-Yo asked the judge to deny Crystal's request for temporary and permanent spousal support and primary custody of their three children. He said they should share joint legal and physical custody and he will pay child support but not spousal support.

Ne-Yo, 42, insists he is an "active and loving father to his children."

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He is pictured during happier times with Crystal and his children, Madilyn Grace Smith, Roman Alexander-Raj Smith, Mason Evan Smith, and Shaffer Chimere Smith Jr. on May 01, 2021.

"[Ne-Yo] asserts that he is financially, physically, and emotionally capable of serving as a joint physical custodian of the parties' three minor children alongside [Crystal]."

Furthermore, Ne-Yo asked for both parties to pay their own debts.

He asked for sole possession of their marital home in Georgia as "he has been solely responsible for the mortgage and maintenance of this property since the date of purchase." Ne-Yo said he purchased 3 properties during the marriage and maintained them by himself.

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Ne-Yo noted that Crystal was a professional dancer before they met, and she should return to that profession to pay her bills.

"[Crystal] possess the considerable ability to procure stable and consistent employment at this current time and following the dissolution of the marriage," he wrote.

Ne-Yo previously broke up with Crystal in February 2020 after she accused him of cheating on her.

The 35-year-old homemaker said, "I gained 3 beautiful children out of this but nothing else but wasted years and heartache."

She asked her followers to "please stop sending me videos or information of him cheating because what he does is no longer my concern. I am not a victim. I'm choosing to stand tall with my head held high."

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Sylvester Stallone is back on the market after his wife of 25 years, Jennifer Flavin filed for divorce.

According to PEOPLE, Flavin, 54, filed a petition "for dissolution of marriage and other relief" from the Rocky star on Friday in Palm Beach County, Florida.

In court documents, obtained by PEOPLE, Flavin accused Stallone of intentionally selling off marital assets, including a Beverly Hills mansion that was recently snapped up by British pop singer Adele for $58 million.

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The filing, obtained by PEOPLE, states that "the marriage between the parties is irretrievably broken," and alleges that "upon information and belief," Stallone "has engaged in the intentional dissipation, depletion and/or waste of marital assets which has had an adverse economic impact on the marital estate."

Rumors ran rampant this week that their marriage was on the rocks after Stallone, 76, covered up a huge tattoo of Flavin on his right shoulder.

Stallone covered the tattoo with an image of his beloved late dog, Butkus, who starred with him in the Rocky film. The actor is pictured with his dog, Dwight, in an Instagram photo gallery (swipe left).

Stallone's rep initially denied rumors that his marriage was over.

"Mr. Stallone intended to refresh the tattoo image of his wife Jennifer; however, the results were unsatisfactory and, unfortunately, unfixable," Stallone's publicist Michelle Bega told the Daily Mail.

She continued, "Mr. Stallone loves his family. The Stallones are presently filming a reality show together which will debut on Paramount+."

The last sentence hints that the divorce filing is a stunt to promote their reality TV show.

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Ne-Yo's estranged wife Crystal Renay Smith filed for divorce after the singer fathered a child with another woman.

According to TMZ, Crystal Renay filed divorce documents in an Atlanta courtroom earlier this week saying the couple's marriage is "irretrievably broken with no hope for reconciliation."

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Crystal, 35, is asking for primary physical custody of their three kids and joint legal custody. She's also asking for child support and alimony.

The couple previously broke up in February 2020 after she caught him cheating.

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Ne-Yo convinced Crystal to take him back for the sake of the children. They celebrated their vows with a "second" wedding in Las Vegas earlier this year.

But this time Crystal refuses to take him back. She said she is "heartbroken and disgusted" by his rampant cheating with paid escorts, strippers and groupies over the past 8 years.

Crystal pleaded with her social media followers to stop sending her receipts of his philandering.

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"8 years. 8 years of lies and deception," Crystal wrote. "8 years of unknowingly sharing my life and husband with numerous ... women who sell their bodies to him unprotected...every last one of them!"

She added that Ne-Yo was a narcissist who expected her to stay at home with their kids and accept that men cheat.

"To say I'm heartbroken and disgusted is an understatement. To ask me to stay and accept it is absolutely insane. The mentality of a narcissist. I will no longer lie to the public or pretend that this is happening it isn't. I choose me, I choose my happiness and health and my respect."


Former rapper Xzibit has been ordered to pay his estranged wife $6,000 a month in spousal support after she claimed he was hiding his assets.

Xzibit appeared before a judge on Monday, Aug. 1, where he was ordered to pay Krista Joiner $50,000 to hire a forensic accountant to do a deep dive into his finances. He was also ordered to pay Krista $125,000 to cover her legal bills.


The former "Pimp My Ride" host had earlier pleaded with a judge not to force him to pay his ex spousal support. He told the judge he was destitute and "struggling to make ends meet at the same time trying to uphold being a public figure, pay my own expenses and provide for my son."

Xzibit's brother, Jason, said the rapper earned over $1 million a month from his cannabis business. Jason also claimed that Xzibit squirreled away $20 million in cash and assets.

Xzibit slammed his brother's claims as "bulls**t" and warned that "there will be blood" on Krista's hands if she keeps talking.


Xzibit married Krista in 2014. She filed for divorce in February 2021. They share a 10-year-old son, Gatlyn. Their son, Xavier, was born prematurely and died 11 days later. Xzibit also has an adult son, Tremaine Joiner, 27, aka Tre Capital.

Xzibit, 47, is best known as former host of the popular MTV car restoration series Pimp My Ride which ran on MTV from 2004 through 2007. There was also a European version of the series titled "Pimp My Ride UK."


Xzibit recorded 7 rap albums, including At the Speed of Life (1996) and 40 Dayz & 40 Nightz (1998) which spawned the hit singles "Paparazzi" and "What U See Is What U Get."

Xzibit gained a new generation of fans with his role as Leslie "Shyne" Johnson on seasons 2, 3 and 4 of Fox TV's musical soap series Empire.

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Outkast's Big Boi is back on the market. The 47-year-old rapper finalized his divorce from Sherlita Patton after 20 years of marriage and 2 children.

Legal documents obtained by TMZ show the court entered the final divorce decree in May. Big Boi just filed for the divorce in April. But Sherlita has previously filed for divorce from the rapper, real name Antwan André Patton.

Big Boi also has a son, whom he fathered with a mistress during his marriage to Sherlita.

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Big Boi is best known as one half of Grammy-winning hip-hop duo Outkast alongside André 3000.

In his divorce filing, Big Boi said there was "no reasonable hope of reconciliation" and they'd already separated and were living apart for years.

The two agreed to a postnuptial agreement in 2016, and more recently agreed to a confidential financial settlement.

As part of the divorce, they agreed there would be no mudslinging or making threats of "injury, maltreating, molesting, harassing, harming, or abusing" in any way shape or form.

As TMZ reported, Sherlita filed for divorce from the rapper back in 2013 after multiple episodes of infidelity and at least one outside child.

She demanded financial support and full custody of their two children - son Cross and daughter Jordan. But they later reconciled and agreed to an amicable marriage.

At the time, Big Boi gave all the glory to God.

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Kenan Thompson is back on the market. The Saturday Night Live star filed for divorce from Christina Evangeline after 11 years together.

Thompson filed court papers in May, after the couple separated months before, TMZ reports. He requested a 50/50 custody split for daughters Georgia Marie, 7, and Gianna Michelle, 3.

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They wed at intimate ceremony at the Georgia Aquarium in 2011. They welcomed daughter Gianna 7 years later.

"Kids are hilarious," he told PEOPLE. "They say the darndest things, but that's just because they don't really know what they're saying, and that just makes much more funniness happen."

The first few years were bliss for Thompson and Evangeline. Problems creeped into the marriage after Thompson played a widow in his sitcom Kenan. It was a role which Thompson said Evangeline "didn't love."

He told Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show in April: "She was like, 'Oh, so I'm dead?' But, I mean, she was just giving me a hard time. "But I was like, 'Yeah ... it's not you, you know what I mean? It's a show. It's a different thing.'"

He added, "My wife, thank God she's still with me."

But the couple soon drifted apart.

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Kenya Barris has filed for divorce from his wife, Dr. Rania "Rainbow" Barris for a second time.

According to new legal docs, obtained by TMZ, Barris claims the couple has been separated since Sept. 9, 2020, and he cites the usual irreconcilable differences as the reason behind the split.

Rania was the inspiration behind Tracee Ellis Ross' character on Black-ish.

According to TMZ, the "Black-ish" creator originally filed for divorce in L.A. County, California back in 2019, citing irreconcilable differences.

His 2019 divorce papers didn't give any specific reason. But in May 2020, Barris withdrew the divorce petition after dumping his mistress, actress Tracee Ellis Ross, star of "Black-ish."

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Barris and Rania, who tied the knot back in 1999, have four minor children together, including a 16-year-old daughter and 3 sons, ages 14, 12 and 5.

Kenya is asking the court for joint physical and legal custody of the kids. He also checked the box indicating spousal support would be payable to his estranged wife, according to TMZ.

Rania previously filed for divorce in 2014, but she withdrew the divorce petition a year later after they reconciled.

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Miley Cyrus' mom Tish Cyrus has filed for divorce from Billy Ray Cyrus, after 29 years of marriage.

According to court records obtained by TMZ, Tish filed for divorce in a Tennessee courthouse last week. Besides Miley, she and Billy Ray are parents to 4 other children, including the youngest, Noah Cyrus, 22.

In the divorce documents, Tish says they haven't lived together for more than 2 years. She lists the usual "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split. There is no prenup on file, so she's asking the court to equally distribute all marital assets.

This is the third time the couple has filed for divorce. Billy Ray filed in 2010, then called it off. Tish filed in 2013, then called it off, according to TMZ.

Fans noticed something was off when Billy Ray wasn't included in the family holiday photos and videos posted by Miley.

Tish and Billy Ray got married in 1993 in their living room in Franklin, Tennessee. Miley and actor Liam Hemsworth were married in the same spot in 2018. Miley and Liam were divorced in January 2020.

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Jesse Williams's ex-wife, Aryn Drake-Lee will have to get a job after a judge drastically reduced her $40K a month child support payments.

The former "Grey's Anatomy" star pleaded with a judge to reduce his child support payments, saying his ex should get a job.

In her response, Drake-Lee said she shouldn't have to get a job just because he quit his high-paying acting gig.

According to TMZ, a judge sided with Jesse, and "temporarily modified" his monthly child support payments to $6,413 based on his current salary o f $1,668 per week.

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According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, Drake-Lee said she believes her ex has the necessary funds to continue paying her their agreed-upon support of $40K a month for their two children.

After finalizing their divorce in 2020, the couple agreed Jesse would pay $40,000 a month in child support and she would keep the house.


In his motion to reduce his child support payments, Jesse pleaded with the judge, saying he decided to leave Grey's Anatomy so he could grow as an artist. He is currently starring in a Broadway play, Take Me Out, but his salary is only $1,668 per week — a mere pittance of his Grey's Anatomy paychecks.

Jesse said Drake-Lee should return to her lucrative career as a real estate agent in New York. But her attorney disagreed, saying:

"...he fails to mention that [Aryn] gave up her thriving career in New York for him more than 13 years ago, to relocate to California to support and focus on building his acting career and businesses. Her 'income' during the marriage as his unofficial manager, is comparable to her income now."

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Cindy Herron is back on the market at age 60 after filing for divorce from her retired Major League Baseball star husband, Glenn Braggs.

According to The Blast, Cindy, an original member of R&B group En Vogue, filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Courts citing "irreconcilable differences" after 29 long years of marriage.

Braggs, 59, retired from MLB in 1992. He once broke his bat on his muscular back while swinging and missing at home plate.

The couple married in 1993 and share four children, sons Donovan Andrew Braggs, 28, and Solomon Braggs, and daughters Jordan Braggs, 23, and Natalia Braggs, 22.

Cindy is best known as an original founding member of R&B/pop group En Vogue, alongside Terry Ellis, Maxine Jones, and Dawn Robinson.

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En Vogue still performs live in their twilight years. (L-R) Rhona Bennett, Terry Ellis and Cindy are pictured performing at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre on August 26, 2021 in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

Cindy once told PEOPLE: "It can be a short-lived business, but we're very fortunate. And fortunate to have shared so much life together... We're having a great time."

The group formed in Oakland, CA in 1989. En Vogue took the music world by storm with their hit single "Hold On", off their 1990 debut album Born to Sing.

The single, with Cindy on lead vocals, peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1990.

En Vogue's 1992 follow-up album Funky Divas reached the top 10 in both the US and UK, and included their second US number two hit "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" as well as the US top 10 hits "Giving Him Something He Can Feel" and "Free Your Mind".

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Jesse Williams' ex-wife Aryn Drake-Lee says she shouldn't have to get a job just because he quit his high-paying acting gig.

Aryn responded to Jesse's plea to lower his $40,000 in monthly child support. She told a judge her children shouldn't have to live like paupers after Jesse chose to walk away from his lucrative job on Grey's Anatomy.

According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, Aryn said she believes her ex has the necessary funds to continue paying her their agreed-upon support of $40K a month.


A judge previously ruled that the actor had to pay his ex-wife $50,000 per month in both spousal and child support, adding up to a total of $100,000 per month! The judge cited Jesse's "extraordinarily high" monthly salary of $521,000 as a reason for his ruling, according to

After finalizing their divorce in 2020, the couple agreed he would pay $40,000 a month in child support and she would keep the house.

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They managed to co-parent amicably over the next few years. However, earlier this year, Aryn filed a motion asking a judge to strip Jesse of joint custody because he was "behaving erratically" around their kids. She claims he fired their nanny without consulting her first.

Jesse countered, saying Aryn refused to work with him and he denied acting erratically.


In his motion to reduce his child support, Jesse said he decided to leave Grey's Anatomy so he could grow as an artist. He is currently starring in a Broadway play, Take Me Out, but his salary is only $1,668 per week — a mere pittance of his Grey's Anatomy paychecks.

The actor told the judge he is struggling to make ends meet after the drastic reduction in his paycheck.

"I am requesting the Court reduce the child support to a reasonable amount I can afford given the significant reduction in my income and the now fluctuating nature of my income. The child support should also be reflective of our two young children’s actual lifestyle and not some exorbitant/imagined version."


Jesse suggested Aryn get a job to help support herself and their children. He noted Aryn previously earned a nice living working as a real estate agent in New York.

Aryn responded, saying "[Jesse] left a favorable, coveted, high-paying position on a successful T.V. show, in pursuit of his 'own path,' and now seeks to shed his family responsibilities."

Her lawyer accused Jesse of placing his needs above the needs of their children.

"In his Request, [Jesse] mentions [Aryn's] education and prior earnings as a real estate agent," the lawyer wrote.

"However, he fails to mention that [Aryn] gave up her thriving career in New York for him more than 13 years ago, to relocate to California to support and focus on building his acting career and businesses. Her 'income' during the marriage as his unofficial manager, is comparable to her income now."

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Anthony Anderson is back on the market. The "Black-ish" star's wife, Alvina Stewart Anderson, filed for divorce after 22 years of marriage.

According to court documents, obtained by The Blast, Alvina filed divorce paperwork in Los Angeles County Courts. She cited "irreconcilable differences" as a reason for the split.

The comedic actor and his wife, a homemaker, were married in 1999 after meeting in college.

According to The Blast, the marriage had its ups and downs over the years.

In 2015, Alvina filed for divorce, but she dismissed the petition and reconciled with the actor.

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At the time, Alvina told the court she would share joint legal and physical custody of the couple's son, Nathan, and she requested spousal support.

Also, she said the couple separated in April of 2014, meaning they were separated for over a year at the time.

Since reuniting, they tried to make their marriage work, however, they couldn't see eye-to-eye, even for their sake of their son.

In the new court filing, Alvina claims the couple's date of separation is "TBD" and she is requesting spousal support.

"All gifts and inheritance, all assets, earnings, accumulations, and debts acquired by Petitioner prior to the date of marriage and after the date of separation, the exact nature and extent of which are unknown," the documents read.

The Andersons may not have a prenuptial agreement, which means she is entitled to half of everything under California law.

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Kim Kardashian is officially a single woman after a California judge declared her divorced from Kanye West.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Steve Cochran ruled Wednesday that Kim no longer has to use the last name "West."

According to Page Six, Kim, 41, appeared at the divorce hearing via video on Wednesday.

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She asked the court to declare her single after Kanye, aka Ye, refused to sign her divorce papers.

Kanye, 44, fired his 3rd divorce attorney a day before the hearing.

"I confirm that I no longer represent Ye and that Samantha Spector is his new attorney. I hope she is able to resolve the case quickly," Chris Melcher confirmed in a statement to Hollywood Life.

According to Melcher, Kanye hired attorney Spector just hours before the hearing.

Kim reportedly submitted to the court all the social media posts written by Kanye to her and current boyfriend Pete Davidson.

"Since filing for divorce, Mr. Kanye West, by his actions, has made it clear that he does not accept that the parties' marital relationship is over," read the court documents obtained by HollywoodLife. "Mr. West has disseminated on social media the parties' private communications and misinformation about personal family matters and co-parenting, which has caused emotional distress."