‘Love and Marriage’ Stars Melody and Martell Holt’s ‘Breakdown’ Leads to Their Divorce

According to reports, the ‘9-5 Entrepreneur’ author filed for divorce from her husband last month and said that both of them can’t bear living in the same house any longer.

AceShowbiz -Melody and Martell Holt‘s marriage is over. Bossip has reported that the “9-5 Entrepreneur” author quietly filed for divorce from her husband and “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” co-star late last month.

In the documents obtained by the gossip site, Melody Holt cited “irretrievable breakdown” as the reason for their divorce, saying that she and her husband can’t bear living in the same house together and that there’s no chance of reconciliation. She also mentioned that the couple split in April before Melody moved to Georgia.

As for the custody of their four children, Melody asked that neither of them has to pay for child support and both should have joint physical and legal custody of their children. But when it comes to their business and debts, Melody asked the judge to decide how their assets and debts should be split.

Neither Melody nor Martell has given their comments on this report.

Melody and Martell tied the knot in 2008 and have four children together. People have been speculating that the couple might no longer be together after they noticed that both of them had unfollowed each other on social media. To top it off, Melody has been spotted without her wedding ring and removed all of her photos with him from her page.

Last month, she appeared to confirm her split from her husband after one fan pointed out that Melody seems happier and “glowing” these days, to which she responded with an eye wink emoji. When asked whether she and Martell split, she answered that her fans should know from her social media activity.

“The answer to this is no secret. You guys unfortunately haven’t gotten the truth on what really happened,” she said on Instagram Stories. “But no worries, you’ll know soon. And no, it doesn’t deal with just ONE person.”

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