The Big Bang Theory creator Chuck Lorre files for divorce from third wife Arielle Lorre

The Big Bang Theory creator Chuck Lorre files for divorce from third wife Arielle Lorre after three years of marriage

  • Lorre has filed to divorce his third wife Arielle Lorre
  • Court documents indicate that they have a prenuptial agreement in place
  • He’s expected to pay spousal support and to cover her attorney fees
  • Lorre is represented by divorce attorney extraordinaire Laura Wasser
  • Lorre is known for creating some of the most popular sitcoms in TV history 

The successful television producer Chuck Lorre has filed for divorce from his third wife, Arielle Lorre.

The Two And A Half Men creator, 69, is ending his union with Arielle following more than three years of marriage, according to documents obtained by TMZ on Friday.

The couple had been married since October 2018, and Lorre’s filing claims that they decided to end their marriage in May of this year, citing irreconcilable differences. 

It’s over: The legendary TV producer Chuck Lorre, 69, filed to divorce his third wife Arielle Lorre, according to documents obtained by TMZ on Friday; seen in 2020

Papers indicate a pre-nuptial contract was signed prior to the couple walking down the aisle in 2018.

The couple have no children together, although The Big Bang Theory creator has two from his first  marriage, Nicole, 38, an aspiring director and Asa, age unknown.   

The agreement, according to papers filed on behalf of the Critics Choice Award winner, indicate he will pay spousal support as well as attorney fees.

Prenup: Court papers filed on behalf of The Big Bang Theory creator cite irreconcilable difference for the split. A prenup signed prior to the marriage will provide for spousal support and legal fees; pictured 2019

Prenup: Court papers filed on behalf of The Big Bang Theory creator cite irreconcilable difference for the split. A prenup signed prior to the marriage will provide for spousal support and legal fees; pictured 2019

Arielle is a popular influencer on Instagram with more than 280,000 followers. 

In addition to promoting products on social media, she also posts recipes and in the host of The Blonde Files podcast, which she labels as ‘wellness stuff without the bs.’ 

The Rhode Island native has been open about her struggle with a drug and alcohol addiction that nearly claimed her life. She got sober in 2014.

Details:  The couple married in 2018 and have no children together.  The Two and a Half Men creator has a daughter and a son from his first marriage. A prenup will provide spousal support; pictured 2019

Details:  The couple married in 2018 and have no children together.  The Two and a Half Men creator has a daughter and a son from his first marriage. A prenup will provide spousal support; pictured 2019

In an essay on The Skinny Confidential, the wellness buff explained how her journey to sobriety ended up being the inspiration for her podcast.

‘My first year of sobriety I really focused on staying sober, working a little non-stressful job, working on issues in therapy & building a support network.’

‘My second year of sobriety I decided it was time to get healthy which at the time meant ABS — I just wanted abs. I began doing Kayla Itsines’ BBG program & started an anonymous Instagram account to track my journey & progress & The Blonde Files was born.’ 

Chuck’s shows B Positive and The United States of Al were recently canceled by CBS, but Bob Hearts Abishola was renewed and his hit, Young Sheldon, has two more years on its contract.

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