Sylvester Stallone Denies Squandering His Assets As Part Of His Divorce Fight Plan

August 30, 2022 / Posted by:

Last week we learned that Sylvester Stallone and his third wife, Jennifer Flavin, were getting a divorce after 25 years of marriage, and all preliminary gossip pointed to dog drama: people initially suspected the couple was dunzo when Sly got his bicep tattoo of Jennifer’s face covered up with his old Rocky dog, Butkus, and, two seconds after he denied this, we learned that 54-year-old Jennifer had filed for divorce. The next day, 76-year-old Sylvester denied reports that the split was triggered by a fight over getting a new Rottweiler named Dwight. Today we have received another Sly-Denial: in court docs seen by People magazine, Sly and his lawyers deny Jennifer’s allegations that he squandered his assets so she couldn’t get receive them in the divorce. OK, but what does this have to do with cute pups? Consistency, people!

TMZ reported that, in her divorce docs, Jennifer accused Sly of hiding and squandering their marital assets:

I know they say naked Sly doll came from old Planet Hollywood restaurants, but methinks that’s conspiracy bullshit. Sylvester Stallone probably has hundreds of these dolls. The moment things went south with Jennifer, he filled them up with liquid gold (that’s why they’re so heavy), and shipped them off to random antique stores and flea markets across the globe. Sly knows these babies are too horrifying for anyone to actually buy, so he’ll let them hide in plain sight until the divorce is finalized. Then it’s time to bring them home. It’s the perfect crime!

Pic: Ian West/PA IMAGES/

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