'Flip or Flop's' Tarek El Moussa Files for Divorce From Wife Christina

Amos Herrera
January 12, 2017

On Monday, it was revealed that the show's stars Tarek and Christina El Moussa are officially getting divorced, after a rocky relationship and surprising separation. In announcing the split, the El Moussas said police were called to their California home several months ago over what they termed an "unfortunate misunderstanding". The couple share two children, daughter Taylor, 6, and son Brayden, 1. Now, fans turn their attention to the alleged cause of split and Cristina's new beau - Gary Anderson. News learned new episodes of "Flip or Flop" will only be filmed in 2017 to fulfill contractual obligations. "Tarek is quite a proud guy and him filing for the divorce is really about trying to take control of the situation and to move things along", a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. Wow.

According to the divorce papers, Tarek cites "irreconcilable differences" as his reason, putting an end to their seven years of marriage. "There was no violence and no charges were filed", the statement continued. Tarek is also requesting that Christina pay for his attorney's fees. Flip or Flop will apparently live to see another day, but don't expect to see the couple acting all smitten with each other. Ugh.

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Tarek and Christina El Moussa visited the HGTV Santa HQ on December 13, 2014. Christina has been linked to a family contractor, while Tarek had a brief fling with their former nanny. In a joint statement to People, the pair explains: "We plan to continue our professional life together by being professional, by doing our jobs well, by being prepared and by working hard".

In addition to the Flip or Flop cast members' decision to continue on with the HGTV series, they are reportedly also planning to release a book about flipping houses in the coming months. During the process, we are committed to our kids and being the best parents we can be.

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Although the court recognised religious freedoms were being interfered with, judges said there was no violation. In 2010, the parents had to pay a fine of nearly €1,300 (£1,100) "for acting in breach of their parental duty".

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