Actor Terrence Howard has finally ended his 15-month-long divorce proceedings, during which he and his wife, Michelle Ghent, leveled outrageous accusations against one another and were engaged in a bitter dispute over property division, support payments and bank accounts.
After three years of marriage, actors Anna Camp and Michael Mosley are seeking a divorce. Mosley filed the petition with a Los Angeles Superior Court on April 23, 2013, citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the couple’s separation.
While their separation dates back to 2011, Suburgatory actress Jane Levy waited until April 16th of this year to file divorce paperwork to end her marriage to Jaime Freitas.
Danica Patrick, one of the most notable Formula, Indycar and NASCAR drivers in the history of American auto racing, is once again a single woman. Patrick, who is well-known for her looks as well as her tenacity behind the wheel, married her physical therapist, Paul Hospenthal, in 2005.
Country singer Jason Aldean has filed for divorce from Jessica Ussery, his wife of 11 years. Reports of a separation between the two circulated last week and news of their divorce reached the press this morning.
It looks like the Kardashian/Humphries divorce battle will wage on for at least a little while longer — Kris Humphries was a no show for the settlement conference he was meant to have with Kim Kardashian earlier today.
Being a celebrity has many benefits. Most of America’s favorite stars live in high-end homes and stay in luxury hotels when traveling the world. However, not even the biggest stars can escape legal problems. Here’s the roundup of this past week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
Surfing the Internet can be fun, but finding out your husband has filed for divorce online is most certainly not. According to Mail Online, this is how Real Housewives of Atlanta star Porsha Williams found out “till death do us part” wasn’t happening with husband Kordell Stewart.
To most people, the lives of celebrities seem glamorous and exciting. Stars live in expansive mansions and enjoy the best that life has to offer. However, even the most beloved celebrities find themselves in big legal trouble from time to time. Here’s the roundup of this week’s celebrity lawsuit news.
After eight years of wedded bliss, Josh Brolin and Diane Lane have decided to part ways. Lane filed her divorce petition in Los Angeles Superior Court on Valentine’s Day and the news reached the general public this week.