Ray J Has Filed For Divorce From Princess Love

September 15, 2020 / Posted by:

The back and forth between Love & Hip Hop: LA‘s Ray J and Princess Love is back in the end zone (as in shit between them has reached the end again). The two had a messy end to 2019. It started when Princess accused Ray J of abandoning her in Las Vegas while eight months pregnant. Ray J denied abandoned her, but Princess still let everyone know that she wanted a divorce. They patched things up after that and she gave birth to their second child, Epik Ray in December. Things seemed to cool down, until a few months later when Princess filed for divorce after four years of marriage. But then she called off the divorce a few months later after they got back together. And now, they’re off again. If they keep up with this pattern, they will either get back together by Thanksgiving or she’ll get abandoned in a Christmas tree lot with the stroller.

The Blast says that Ray J has filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Court and is being represented by celebrity divorce lawyer Laura Wasser. Ray J asked the court for joint custody of their children, 2-year-old Melody Love and 8-month-old Epik Ray, and wants their prenup to be enforced:

According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Ray J filed for dissolution of marriage in Los Angeles County Court, today, and is asking a judge to order joint custody of the couple’s two children.

The ‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’ star also claims the couple has a prenuptial agreement, which outlines support, and personal property which is not a part of the marriage and should be enforced.

Sadly for us, I guess this means their upcoming joint business deals won’t happen. Like a new television show, they were supposed to co-executive produce for the Zeus network. Sigh, I guess Zeus will have to just keep chugging along with the high-class programming courtesy of Blac Chyna.

Well, it looks like some of us messed up by not becoming divorce lawyers. Laura continues to clean up. She was Angelina Jolie’s lawyer for a while and now she’s representing Dr. Dre. It just goes to show you, no matter the state of an economy, famous people will always need to break up. That’s called job security.

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