Shortly before Kathy Griffin and her tour manager husband Randy Bick celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary, Griffin filed for divorce.
In court documents filed Thursday evening in Los Angeles Superior Court, the comedian lists the couple’s separation date as Dec. 22 and cites “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the separation.
In the motion to dissolve their marriage, Griffin asks the court to enforce their 2019 “prenuptial agreement” and requests that the court’s ability to award alimony to both parties end.
On Friday, after the divorce was announced, Griffin posted a message on Instagram, writing, “Well…shit. It’s rubbish”
Griffin and Bick got married early on January 1, 2020, in what the couple, who had dated since 2011, called a “surprise” wedding.
“The entire ceremony lasted just under 14 minutes,” Griffin posted on social media at the time. “We promised you something atypical. We are in love and we can’t stop laughing.
For the wedding, officiated by Lily Tomlin, Griffin wore a short-sleeved white dress with a black ribbon around the waist, which she had worn on her first date with Bick in 2011, she wrote on social media, and he chose this dress. for the ceremony.
“I asked Randy to choose which of my maxi dresses was his favorite for some reason,” she wrote on Twitter (now known as X). “He picked out this dress and showed me this picture (from their first date). Romance is hot again.
Griffin was previously married to Matt Moline from 2001 to 2006, and he appeared on her reality show, My life on the D-List.
The comedian found herself embroiled in controversy and the subject of a Secret Service investigation after posing for a photo holding a bloodied head that resembled that of then-President Donald Trump.
In recent years, she has spoken about her battles with lung cancer and drug addiction, the latter leading to a suicide attempt.
Last June, she performed a sold-out show in Las Vegas, her first in five years.
“You guys, I’m so grateful to this audience. I still can’t get over it. My first show in five long years! she wrote on a video she posted to social media, which showed her taking the stage to enthusiastic applause. “I no longer have an agent, manager or publicist. My husband is my tour manager and I negotiated the deal myself. No deal for a special or live broadcast, but the show was sold out because real live people showed up! After an international political scandal and surviving lung cancer, I finally felt at home.
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