TV sitcom guru Chuck Lorre — who created “The Big Bang Theory” — filed for divorce from his third wife, Arielle Lorre.
The couple tied the knot in October 2018. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Lorre claims the pair decided to go their separate ways in May.
He cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the divorce.
The pair confirmed their split in a statement to Variety, “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 pair had signed a pre-nuptial agreement ahead of their wedding, the outlet adds.
Though the pair didn’t have any kids together during their three-year romance, Lorre has two grown children from his first marriage to Paula Smith.
The agreement, according to papers seen by the outlet, indicates he will pay spousal support as well as attorney fees.
Arielle is best known for her lifestyle brand on social media which focuses on health and wellness.
She’s also the host of “The Blonde Files” podcast and has a large social media presence of more than 280,000 Instagram followers.
Emmy Award-winner Lorre is considered one of the most successful TV producers in Hollywood.
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.”