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Film star Ed Asner filed for divorce

American veteran actor Ed Asner recently filed for divorce from his estranged spouse, a May 18 article of News Max reported.

According to reports, the 85-year-old former Screen Actors Guild president and his spouse Cindy have been separated since 2007, long before the divorce filing. The veteran actor filed for divorce to gain back his freedom. After reaching a financial settlement in 2009, Asner reportedly attempted to end Cindy’s financial support, claiming his ex-spouse was reluctant to become financially independent. Asner, who was also a political activist, got married to Cindy in 1998.

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Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony finally not married

The divorce of musical artist Jennifer Lopez and ex-husband Marc Anthony is officially concluded, the Los Angeles Times reported on June 18.

According to reports, the divorce papers of the estranged couple were finalized on June 16–two years after the divorce was filed and nearly three years after the couple split up. In their divorce, no spousal or child support will be paid by either party. The ex-couple’s two 6-year-old children will live with Lopez, 44, while Anthony, 45, can have the children every month for seven days. Lopez and Anthony married in 2004 only a week after the latter’s divorce with Dayanara Torres was finalized.

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