After nearly three years of their marriage, Jennie Garth’s husband Dave Abrams has filed for a divorce. In accordance with the court documents obtained by The Blast that first reported the news, Abram,36, filed for the divorce on Friday in Los Angeles County citing the irreconcilable differences. Their date of separation is listed as 29th August 2017.
Both of them met on a blind date in the late fall 2014. The couple got engaged in March 2015 and in that July they tied the knot at her six-acre ranch home in Los Olivos, California. Garth at the time had told that it was unreal and perfect. She had added that Abram completed her.
A source close to the couple had told in November that while the two were not separated, they were going through a rocky patch. As revealed by another source, the stars were trying to fix their issues and were not filing for a divorce.
The American actress shares three daughters with her ex-husband Peter Facinelli. The former couple split after 11 years of marriage in the year 2012 and finalized their divorce in the year 2013.
Previously this week, Garth celebrated her birthday with her three daughters and in a heartfelt Instagram post, she expressed her gratitude for them. She captioned the picture of herself with her daughters from her birthday party by writing, “I know! this is blurry, but it is all I had from my birthday. If you really look, there’s something special about it that i kinda love…all my little birdies together and happy.” She continued, “They’re my everything, always there for me through thick and thin, they teach me new levels of love and understanding every day.”
Garth, in the month of November, shared a message on Instagram regarding staying strong during the challenging times. She wrote that resilience meant the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties but that never meant people would never experience sadness. She further continued that it proved people were able to spring back into shape after struggle has pushed them further than they ever imagined they could go. She added that resilience let people bounce back and overcome heartache more flexible and stronger than before.