Sylvester Stallone and Wife Jennifer Flavin Back Together After Divorce Filing
Actor Sylvester Stallone and wife model Jennifer Flavin have reconciled.
A source revealed to People that the couple decided to give their marriage another chance after their divorce announcement in August.
The source also claimed that although their marriage isn’t “bliss” right now, the couple has “a better channel of communication” between them.
“They have their differences, but in a longterm marriage like theirs, ending it and dividing up their assets would be difficult,” the source added.
According to Parade, Stallone currently has a net worth of $400 million and Flavin has a net worth of $50 million.
Mark 10:9 says, “Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.”
Another source who knows the couple told People their reasoning for staying together is because “They are both family-oriented.”
Stallone and Flavin have three daughters together, Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20.
Flavin filed for divorce from Stallone after 25 years of marriage and accused him of “moving assets from marital funds,” per TMZ.
She made a statement about the divorce exclusively to People saying, “I’m sad to announce that after 25 years of marriage I have filed for divorce from my husband Sylvester Stallone. While we will no longer be married, I will always cherish the more than 30-year relationship that we shared, and I know we are both committed to our beautiful daughters.”
“I ask for privacy for our family as we amicably move forward,” she added.
Stallone made his own statement to TMZ explaining the reason behind their divorce.
“We just went in different directions. I have the highest respect for Jennifer. I will always love her. She’s an amazing woman. She’s the nicest human being I’ve ever met,” he said.
Michelle Bega, a rep for Stallone, also spoke to TMZ on his behalf saying, “I love my family. We are amicably and privately addressing these personal issues.”
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