The American Beauty star, 33, split from her toyboy husband, promoter Simone Sestito, last year (11) and filed divorce papers to end their 18-month marriage in January (12).
Both parties waived their rights to spousal support, according to TMZ.com. Suvari has two divorces behind her - she ended her five-year marriage to cinematographer Robert Brinkmann in 2005.
The American Beauty star filed for divorce from her second husband, concert promoter Simone Sestito, in January (12), just 18 months after they wed.
The former couple's separation proceedings are ongoing and Sestito filed court documents last week (ends13May12) claiming he has "negative balances" on both his business and personal accounts and is asking to be awarded $17,000 a month in spousal support, according to TMZ.com.
The documents state Sestito became accustomed to eating out "almost every day at high end restaurants" and estimates his monthly food bills to be around $3,000 (£1,875) a month.
Sestito claims Suvari's annual income to be around $750,000 (£468,750) and he also wants to be given an additional $10,000 (£6,250) to pay his attorney fees.
The actress' lawyer Mark Gross says, "It is unfortunate that Simone has chosen the spotlight of litigation over the privacy of mediation."
Suvari was previously married to cinematographer Robert Brinkmann - their five-year union ended in divorce in 2005.
The American Beauty star filed for divorce from concert promoter Simone Sestito in January (12), just 18 months after they wed.
The split marked the actress' second failed marriage, following the end of her five-year union with cinematographer Robert Brinkmann in 2005 - but she has brushed off her chequered relationship history.
Suvari tells You magazine, "There are many reasons why things don't work out, and I think at some point you have to acknowledge that and work towards maintaining your own happiness. You have to surround yourself with people who love you and want the best for you.
"I call this process weeding my garden. A year or so ago I went through all the people in my life and asked myself: does this person inspire me, genuinely love me and support me unconditionally? I wanted nothing but positive influences in my life."
The American Beauty star filed for divorce from concert promoter Simone Sestito in January (12), two years after the couple wed in Vatican City, Italy.
Suvari is now opening up about the break-up to Boston Common magazine, but she is adamant rumours suggesting her fame pushed the pair apart are unfounded.
She says, "I don't let that affect my personal relationships."
Instead, Suvari hints that the split came after a little soul-searching.
She continues, "It's taken years to get to know myself. I had never really taken time to cultivate who I was. I've felt drained by it. But I feel like I'm really, finally content at this point in my life. I'm accepting of who I am and how diverse I am and honouring that. All of it."
Suvari, 33, was also previously married to cinematographer Robert Brinkmann. She divorced him in May 2005.
The 32-year-old American Beauty star has cited "irreconcilable differences" for her split from concert promoter Simone Sestito, according to TMZ.com.
The couple wed in Vatican City, Italy in 2010.
Suvari filed the divorce papers in Los Angeles on Friday (13Jan12) and she has asked the judge assigned to the case to prevent her husband from claiming spousal support.
The actress lists the date of separation as 1 November (11).
Suvari was previously married to cinematographer Robert Brinkmann. She divorced him in May, 2005.
The couple exchanged vows in a private church in Vatican City, Italy on Saturday (26Jun10) followed by a reception for their closest friends and family.
A guest tells People.com, "The ceremony was truly unique and Mena looked breathtaking. They are very much in love."
The American Beauty star, 31, accepted Sestito's proposal during a Jamaican vacation in 2008 after a year of dating.
It is Suvari's second marriage - she was previously wed to German-born cinematographer Robert Brinkmann. They split in 2005 after five years of marriage.
In the tradition of Batman Begins and Casino Royale the clock is rolled back on the legendary icons the D—the self-proclaimed greatest band in the world—as the curtain is pulled back on their secret origins and the demons that drive them are unveiled… OK so it’s not really that deep. Though the heavy metal/comedy combo of Jack/JB/”Jabeles” (Jack Black) and Kyle/KB/”Kage” (Kyle Gass) have long played hip clubs cut an album starred in their own short-lived HBO series and amassed a devoted cult of fans their first feature film reveals how the pudgy duo first meet form the band meet their first fan (Jason Reed as TV holdover Lee) go questing the fabled Pick of Destiny—a shard of Satan’s tooth turned into a guitar pick passed among rock’s most accomplished shredders—and ultimately smack down with the devil himself. Believe it or not it’s a love story. Thanks to their long professional partnership Black and Gass comprise two perfectly crafted sides of a very polished comedy coin: Black is the wild-eyed uncontrolled id Gass is the low-energy manipulative slacker and they meet in the middle with an equal amount of unchecked delusion about their musical ability and potential. They both deftly pull off the trickiest types of comedy: smart jokes in the guise of dumb characters and it’s nice to see Black—obviously the bigger film star of the two—share the funniest bits equally with Gass. Of course all of this hinges on the audience’s tolerance for the ambitiously clueless ego-cases (and moviegoers who only love Black for his tamer version of the same persona in School of Rock should be warned—this is the cruder ruder and more profane incarnation) but we admit we’ve long had a taste for the D. They boys carry they movie squarely on their shoulders though longtime D supporters Tim Robbins and Ben Stiller stand out in cameos—the first Stiller cameo in ages that’s both amusing and non-gratuitous! Also appearing in small bits: SNL’s Fred Armisen and Amy Poehler Oscar-nominee Amy Adams Colin Hanks hard rock hero Ronnie James Dio Foo Fighter Dave Grohl as Satan and an uncredited John C. Reilly though you’ll never ever recognize him when he’s onscreen. And kudos to whoever had the inspired notion to cast Meat Loaf as JB’s pious father and Troy Gentile as the young rockin’ JB (Gentile also played a junior version of Black in Nacho Libre). Helmer Liam Lynch who also collaborated on the screenplay with Black and Gass and directed their music video “Tribute ” understands the absurd world of the D completely and demonstrates a clever assured sense of straight-faced silliness. Indeed the first ten minutes of the film alone—a mini-rock opera in itself—announce him as a comedy director to watch. Although we’re sure the bandmates themselves would take full credit for the film’s success. After all they may not have made the greatest movie in the world but in D-speak they came up with a pretty rockin’ tribute version.
American Beauty star Mena Suvari has found love again, less than a
month after filing for divorce from cinematographer Robert Brinkmann.
The actress was spotted "making out" with Hollywood fitness trainer Jay
Bulloch (corr) outside his apartment earlier this week after a
lunch with mutual friends.
Suvari split from Brinkmann earlier this year, ending their five year
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American Pie star Mena Suvari has filed for divorce from cinematographer Robert Brinkmann after five years of marriage.
In a statement released by Suvari's publicist Melissa Kates, the actress has
cited irreconcilable differences as the basis for her divorce petition, which
was filed on May 10.
Brinkmann, 43, and Suvari, 26, eloped in March 2000 just after the actress
had turned 21.
The couple met while working on the cheerleading comedy Sugar & Spice. They
recently collaborated on the upcoming film Standing Still.
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