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Mary-Kate Olsen Files for Divorce

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While it is obvious that quarantine is not easy for everyone, it is taking a toll on some people’s relationships. Recently, it was reported that Mary-Kate Olsen has filed for divorce after five years of marriage.

From child actors to fashion icons, the Olsen twins have been in the limelight all their lives

At the age of six months, the twins scored the role of Michelle Tanner in Full House. Although they took turns playing Michelle, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen became the ultimate child stars. After the show, the twins starred in multiple films like It Take Two, New York Minute, When In Rome as well as The Simpsons. However, they announced retirement from acting in 2012 and focused on fashion careers. Since then, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen have been in the front row of every fashion show. Their clothing line, The Row, focuses on quality fabric, precise tailoring, and attention to detail. Both of them are also members of the Council of Fashion Designers of America. While Ashley keeps her personal life private, Mary-Kate had a very public affair with Olivier Sarkozy. In 2015, the couple got married In New York.

Recently, Mary-Kate Olsen filed for an emergency divorce

After five years, the couple has decided to call it quits. However, it is a bit tricky to get a divorce these days due to COVID-19. New York courts are only accepting divorce petition which is submitted in cases of emergency. A few days ago, Mary-Kate Olsen filed a petition for emergency divorce from Olivier Sarkozy which stated:

“I am petrified that my husband is trying to deprive me of the home we have lived in and if he is successful, I will not only lose my home but I risk losing my personal property, as well.”

Apparently, Sarkozy has terminated the lease of their New York apartment, asking Olsen to leave by 18th May. Sadly, Mary-Kate Olsen’s petition was denied. According to the court statement:

“Currently, we are only accepting essential, emergency matters for filing. The original filing was rejected by the New York County clerk because they did not follow the essential matter procedure.They refiled under the essential matter procedure and the matter was referred to the ex-parte judge, a New York State Supreme Court judge. He determined that it is not an essential matter, so they can’t file anything at this point.”

While it is unfortunate for her, it might give the Olsen twins an opportunity to live together again.

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