Sylvester Stallone, Jennifer Flavin divorce 2022: Everything we know so far

sylvester-stallone-jennifer-flavin-divorce-2022-everything-we-know-so-far NEW YORK - MAY 19: Actor Sylvester Stallone and his wife, Jennifer Flavin, launch a new nutritional product line called "Instone" May 19, 2004 in New York City. Stallone helped create the line which includes weight loss products, as well as protein powders for body builders. (Photo by Scott Eells/Getty Images)

The divorce of Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin has become the “talk of the town,” with many people wondering what happened during their 25 years of love and faithfulness.

Speculations about the “split” of Hollywood’s longest family unit began with a face tattoo replacement.

As previously reported, Sylvester Stallone reportedly went to a tattoo parlor to have his arm tattoo of his estranged wife, Jennifer Flavin, fixed.

The tattoo on the actor’s arm is of his dog from the show “Rocky,” but people noticed that the “arm” that he wanted to fix is the same arm where he inked his wife’s face.

A publicist explained that the actor wanted to refresh his wife’s face tattoo but it was ruined and needed to be repaired, so Stallone decided to ink his dog instead of fixing his wife’s face on his arms.

However, it appears that the “tattoo dog” issue isn’t where it starts, as the actor subtly mentions his upcoming “divorce” from his wife.

Stallone was at the Chiltern Firehouse on June 21, months before his wife Flavin filed for divorce, and it can be seen in the photos that the actor no longer wears his wedding ring.

According to the photos obtained by Radar Online, Stallon is hiding his left hand in his pocket in order to conceal the fact that he is no longer wearing his wedding ring.

Later, as he stood alone on the red carpet, he took his left hand out of his pocket.

Flavin reportedly filed for divorce from her husband Stallone, so the issue is still very much alive.

In addition, the model accuses her husband of “moving marital assets.”

Furthermore, according to reports, Stallone has intentionally dissipated, depleted, and wasted marital assets.

According to Florida law, Flavin must be compensated and “made whole” because she received an “unequal” distribution of “marital assets.”

The couple met in the city in 1988. They’re also known for their on-again, off-again relationship in the early 1990s, which ended in 1997 when they married.

Just three months ago, the couple celebrated their silver anniversary, hoping for another 25 years together, but that clearly will not happen now.