TV sitcom guru Chuck Lorre — who created “The Huge Bang Concept” — filed for divorce from his third spouse, Arielle Lorre.
Lorre, 69, who additionally created “Two And A Half Males,” pulled the plug on his ill-fated union with Arielle after three years of marriage, TMZ and Selection reported.
The couple tied the knot in October 2018. Based on court docket paperwork obtained by TMZ, Lorre claims the pair determined to go their separate methods in Could.
He cited irreconcilable variations as the explanation for the divorce.
The pair confirmed their cut up in a press release to Selection, “It’s with mutual consideration and respect that we’ve got determined to separate.
“Our plan is to maneuver ahead in several instructions however with nice love, admiration, and gratitude for the time we shared. We ask that you simply respect our privateness throughout this tough time. Thanks in your assist,.”
The pair had signed a pre-nuptial settlement forward of their wedding ceremony, the outlet provides.
The couple tied the knot in October 2018. WireImage
Although the pair didn’t have any children collectively throughout their three-year romance, Lorre has two grown youngsters from his first marriage to Paula Smith.
The settlement, based on papers seen by the outlet, signifies he pays spousal assist in addition to lawyer charges.
Arielle is greatest identified for her way of life model on social media which focuses on well being and wellness.
It’s reported that the pair determined to go their separate methods in Could.Getty Photographs
She’s additionally the host of “The Blonde Information” podcast and has a big social media presence of greater than 280,000 Instagram followers.
Emmy Award-winner Lorre is taken into account one of the vital profitable TV producers in Hollywood.
Along with “The Huge Bang Concept” and “Two And A Half Males,” Lorre’s credit embody ABC’s “Dharma & Greg,” “Cybill,” “Mother” and “Mike and Molly.”