Chuck Lorre Seeks Divorce From Third Wife Arielle

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The Big Bang Theory creator Chuck Lorre, who is most known for his work in television sitcoms, officially filed for divorce from his third wife Arielle Lorre in May.

Chuck Lorre, the creator of popular television programs including “The Big Bang Theory” and “Two and a Half Men,” among others, is divorcing Arielle Lorre, his wife of almost four years.

In October 2018, the couple was married. Lorre asserts that the couple made the decision to part ways in May, according to court records obtained by TMZ. He gave the divorce as the result of irreconcilable differences. In a statement to Variety, the couple jointly acknowledged their separation.

There was a declaration as well which stated that they have made the decision to part ways out of respect and concern for one another. They intend to advance in various areas while maintaining a strong sense of love, awe, and thankfulness for the time they spent together. Further, they requested people to e be considerate of their need for privacy during this trying time. Thanked people for their unconditional love and support as well.

According to the source, the couple had already signed a pre-nuptial agreement before getting married.

Chuck Lorre and Arielle Lorre Wished All The Best To Each Other 

Lorre has two grown children from his first marriage to Paula Smith, despite the fact that the couple didn’t have any children together during their three-year relationship.

According to documents viewed by the site, the agreement states that he will pay both attorney expenses and spousal support. 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. Chuck Lorre is regarded as one of Hollywood’s most successful producers and one of the industry’s most active TV producers over the last four decades. He received back-to-back best comedy series Emmy nods for his Michael Douglas–starring Netflix comedy, “The Kominsky Method.”