The former model and entrepreneur Jennifer Flavinwife of Sylvester Stallonefiled for divorce from the star known all over the world especially for the roles of Rocky And Rambo after 25 years of marriage. He reports it Tmz. Flavin, 54, filed the request in a court in Palm Beach County, Florida. Their relationship lasted since 1988 and they had been married since 1997. The couple has three daughters: Scarlet, 20, Sistine, 24, and Sophia, 25.
Stallone is also the father of Seargeoh, born of the marriage with Sasha Czack while his eldest son, Sage, born from the union with Starlin Wrightdied in 2012.
Magazine People says that only three months ago Stallone had posted a photo on Instagram in which the couple stroked a horse. The post was a dedication to 25 years of marriage. While on August 10 the former model, also on social media, had published a shot in which she hugged her three daughters. “These girls – she said in the post – are my priority. Nothing else matters. The four of us forever.”
“The marriage is irretrievably broken”, Stallone “is committed to the intentional dissipation, exhaustion and waste of marital assets, having a negative economic impact on the marital assets”, reads the documentation from which a request for compensation by Flavin emerges. , who also asks to inhibit her husband from “selling, transferring, assigning, encumbering or disposing of any property while the proceedings are pending”. A few days ago the 76-year-old actor had the tattoo covered with the face of his wife with the muzzle of Butkus, his bullstiff dog also appeared in the films of Rocky (Pin).
Jennifer Flavin at 19 years ago the model and in 1988 knows Sly in a restaurant in Beverly Hills. After about six years of relationship, in March 1994 he leaves her with a long letter. In the same year she launched into entrepreneurship, founding the cosmetics company with some partners Serious SkinCare. In 1995 she reconciles with Stallone, whom she marries in a civil ceremony on May 17, 1997 in London, and in Oxford with a religious ceremony.