Monica and Shannon Brown call it quits and file for divorce
R&B singer Monica has filed for a divorce from her husband of eight years Shannon Brown.
Singer Monica and her husband Shannon Brown, a former NBA player have called it quits and is ending their marriage of eight years.
TMZ is reporting that Monica, 38, filed for divorce in Atlanta. The two share a 5-year-old daughter Laiyah.
Monica and Brown’s marriage was rumored to have been on the rocks for some time.
The two were criticized for hooking up pretty fast and getting married within a few months of meeting.
When surfaced that Shannon had been dallying with ladies on Instagram, the rumor mill was quick to speculate on the state of their marriage, but Monica defended her husband against the claims.
“We realize people will have their opinions,” she previously wrote. “That’s the way of the world. But we know who we are & who’s we are. We pray 2 an awesome God 2gether.”
Well, they tried!
Monica also has two sons from a previous relationship.
Duane and Tisha Campbell-Martin divorce drama continues
One thing is for sure, marriage is hard and when you’re a celebrity it seems like it’s even more difficult.
For instance, Tisha Campbell-Martin and her estranged husband Duane are going through it. No, she said she thinks she has $10 million but isn’t completely positive in light of the fraud lawsuit against her ex-husband, Duane Martin.
Recently, Campbell-Martin submitted an income and expense declaration in her divorce proceedings. The declaration was obtained by The Blast and reportedly shows the actress earns $5,400 a month, although she claims it varies. She alleges Duane makes $62,000.
The star of the 90 hit sitcom “Martin,” said she has $10 million in real and personal property assets but currently has $10,000 in the bank, adding that “because of the unknown fraud, discovery is ongoing re assets.”
She listed her monthly expenses to include: $3,900 in rent, $2,600 on groceries and household supplies, $1,405 in auto expenses and transportation and other general expenses totaling $12,153.95. Campbell-Martin said she believes outlining the financial information in the court documents will improve her case for spousal support in the divorce.
This case just keeps getting more interesting. Read more here.