Pamela Anderson files for divorce…again
Keeping up with celebrity marriages and divorces can be a full time job if you truly want to stay on top of what is going on. Virginia readers who are keeping up with Pamela Anderson might find it interesting that she recently filed for a divorce from her husband Rick Salomon, best known for the 2003 sex tape with Paris Hilton titled "One Night in Paris."
This is the second time the couple has tried out marriage. Both times it failed. Their first marriage, which was in 2007, ended shortly after with an annulment. In that case, Anderson claimed fraud. Anderson announced their rekindled relationship in October of last year. They married again in January. Now, around six months later, Anderson has filed divorce papers citing irreconcilable differences.
Neither of them is a stranger to divorce. Salomon was married to both Elizabeth Daily and Shannen Doherty. His marriage to Doherty lasted only nine months before being annulled. His marriage to Daily, however, lasted five years before ending in divorce in 2000.
Anderson's representative has said that the couple isn't going to comment on the divorce at this time. It seems they need a little privacy to process whatever events led up to this filing. No matter how many times you go through divorce, the process can still be stressful. It is important for anyone who is going through a divorce to understand how the process works. Knowing your responsibilities and rights can help you as you navigate through the proceedings on your quest toward the final divorce decree.
Source: Source: New York Daily News, "Pamela Anderson files for divorce from Rick Salomon for second time," Nancy Dillon and Zayda Rivera, July 8, 2014
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