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Zac Brown and Kelly Yazdi are divorcing after 4 months of marriage

Zac Brown and wife Kelly Yazdi are going their separate ways after four months of marriage. The Zac Brown Band lead singer, 45, and Yazdi, 32, announced they are divorcing in a joint statement on Friday.

“We are in the process of divorce,” the pair told TMZ. “Our mutual respect for one another remains. We wish each other the best and will always appreciate our time together. As we navigate this personal matter, we simply request privacy during this time.

Fans began speculating the pair may have separated after the model deactivated her Instagram and rejoined the social media platform without using her married name, the outlet reported.

The exes are currently not following each other and Brown no longer appears on Yazdi’s account. Representatives for Brown and Yazdi did not immediately return PEOPLE’s request for comment. The estranged couple got married in August in Georgia, TMZ reported last month. PEOPLE confirmed in December 2022 that the country star had popped the question to the actress.

“He proposed in Hawaii a while ago,” a source told PEOPLE at the time. “It was very intimate and the couple has kept it very private.”

Brown was previously married to jewelry designer Shelly Brown. The pair announced their split in October 2018 after 12 years of marriage. The “Chicken Fried” singer and Shelly share five kids: son Alexander, 9, and daughters Joni, 12, Georgia, 13, Lucy, 15, and Justice, 16.

In other news – Kevin Hart sues YouTuber LaTasha Kebe for extortion

Kevin Hart is suing YouTuber LaTasha Kebe. The comic, 44, has taken a case of extortion against the influencer, known as Tasha K after she allegedly threatened to release a bombshell interview with his former assistant unless he paid her a six-figure “ransom”.

According to a lawsuit obtained by Page Six, Kebe sat down with Hart’s former assistant Miesha Shakes in November to record a chat in which the latter made “false and defamatory statements regarding Hart”. Read More

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