After a long wait, it’s finally official! More than three years after their separation, Jesse Williams and Aryn Drake-Lee have finalized their divorce. According to court documents obtained by the American site People, the star of Grey’s Anatomy and the real estate agent were deemed legally single by a judge in Los Angeles County this Friday, October 16, 2020. The agreement was originally concluded in September 2019 The duo will share custody of their two children, Sadie (6) and Maceo (5), however, they will need to come to an agreement before posting pictures of their children on social media. The comedian was also ordered to pay his ex-wife 40,000 dollars per month in alimony, as well as more than 100,000 dollars in two payments.
According to the documents, Jesse Williams will keep the $ 936,810 he earned playing Dr. Jackson Avery on the Grey’s Anatomy series before their split, while his other income will now be shared. The family home in Los Angeles will remain in Aryn Drake-Lee’s possession and the exes will keep their respective vehicles. In 2019, it was for People that Aryn Drake-Lee took stock of his separation from the comedian and how it affected their children: “When you start to go bad, the children start to go bad, so even if you look at them and tell them it’s okay, they know it’s not okay because they feel it. ” She added: “I speak to them at their level. It is also normal that the children see me cry, to see that I am having a hard day. Because it lets them know that when they have these difficulties, they can also be. sad. ”
Jesse Williams has already found love again
Since his separation from the mother of his children in April 2017, the actor has been in a relationship with several young women. From July 2017 to January 2018, Jesse Williams was in a relationship with Minka Kelly, met on the set of the video game Detroit: Become Human. After dating journalist Taylor Rooks for a few months, he started a story in January 2019 with comedian Taylour Paige, known for her role as Ahsha Hayes in the Hit The Floor series.
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