Tera Patrick Seeks Legal Separation From Husband Evan Seinfeld

November 14, 2009 03:51:40 GMT

Citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for their split, Tera asks the court to terminate any rights to spousal support.


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Tera Patrick has on Tuesday, November 10, filed for legal divorce from her husband Evan Seinfeld. Citing "irreconcilable differences" as a reason for the dissolution of their marriage, she asks the court to terminate any rights to spousal support. Radar Online has the court documents, which were filed in Los Angeles.

Tera Patrick, well known as a porn artist, got married to Evan Seinfeld, who is an actor and rock star, on January 9, 2004. The couple started Teravision together and Evan acted as Tera's manager. In late September this year, however, they announced that they were separating, but will "remain the best of friends and business partners."

"Tera is a huge star ... I feel fortunate to have shared so much of her life and career," Evan said at that time. "I look forward to continuing to represent the Tera Patrick brand and support all of her endeavors. She is forever in my heart."

Concurring with Evan, Tera stated, "Evan helped me build this company and take my career to new heights. For that I am eternally grateful. I look forward to remaining hands-on with Teravision and working closely with Evan on all of our joint endeavors. He is truly an amazing person."

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posted by Grammar Police on Jul 27, 2010
Hey fuck where the hell did you learn to spell? Speak English you thug wannabe
posted by littledickridingcunt on Jun 06, 2010
i probably can fit my head in her vagina
posted by idiots on May 18, 2010
she filed for divorce from him... because he didn't want to give up doing porn.
posted by EFG on Nov 16, 2009
Yo Teria Patrick im really happy for you i let you finish but Britnety spears had one of the best break ups of all time! All time!

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