The Big Bang Theory creator Chuck Lorre, who is known for his work in television sitcoms, divorced his third wife, Arielle Lorre. After three years of marriage, Lorre, 69, who also developed “Two And A Half Men,” called it quit and filed for divorce from his third wife Arielle, according to TMZ and Variety.
In October 2018, the couple exchanged vows. In May, Lorre alleges the couple agreed to part ways, according to court docs that TMZ received.
Chuck Lorre and Arielle Lorre divorce
He cited the divorce to irreconcilable differences as the cause.
“It is with mutual consideration and respect that we have decided to separate”. Our plan is to move forward in different directions but with great love, admiration, and gratitude for the time we shared. We ask that you respect our privacy during this difficult time. Thank you for your support”.The couple said in a statement to Variety.
The pre-nuptial agreement was signed by the couple before their wedding, and the outlet continues. According to documents viewed by the newspaper, the agreement specifies that he will pay both spousal support and legal expenses. During their three-year relationship, the couple didn’t have any children.
Chuck Lorre’s previous marriages
Chuck was previously married to Paula Smith, with whom he had a daughter named Nicole and a son named Asa, from 1979 until 1992. From 2001 to 2010, he was wedded to the actress Karen Witter.
About Arielle Lorre
Arielle is most recognized on social media for her lifestyle brand that emphasizes health and wellness. September 2018 marked the couple’s marriage. A lifestyle influencer with a focus on health and wellness, Arielle Lorre is well-known for her frequent postings on Instagram and YouTube.
She also hosts the podcast “The Blonde Files” and has a sizable social media following with over 280,000 Instagram followers.
About Chuck Lorre
Emmy Award-winner Lorre is one of the most successful TV producers in Hollywood. Chuck Lorre is one of the most renowned producers in Hollywood and one of the most active TV producers over the past forty years. For his Netflix sitcom starring Michael Douglas, “The Kominsky Method,” he received back-to-back best comedy series Emmy nominations.
In addition to “The Big Bang Theory” and “Two And A Half Men,” Lorre’s credits include ABC’s “Dharma & Greg,” “Cybill,” “Mom” and “Mike and Molly.”
Chuck Lorre once spoke on Arielle’s podcast “I like your relentless ambition. I thought you were dazzling [when we first met] and a source of joy. You struck me as a warm and joyful person, and that was very attractive. That, and you wore something off-the-shoulder and your shoulder killed me! It was a one-two punch of joyfulness, sweetness, warmth, and the shoulder.”
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