Lisa Bonet Files for Divorce from Jason Momoa, Ending 12-Year Relationship

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hollywood power couple, Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa, have officially filed for divorce, bringing an end to their 12-year relationship. The couple, who announced their separation in January 2022, took the final step towards dissolving their marriage with Bonet filing court documents requesting the divorce. They share two children, a daughter aged 16 and a son aged 15. Bonet is seeking joint physical and legal custody of the minors, but is not asking for spousal support.

Bonet and Momoa, known for their roles in “The Cosby Show” and “Aquaman” respectively, shared their separation with a joint statement on Instagram. They expressed their acceptance of the transforming times and the need to part ways in marriage while maintaining love and devotion to their children.

The couple’s love story began in 2005 after they met at a jazz club. Momoa has publicly stated that he fell in love with Bonet while watching her on “The Cosby Show” when he was just 8 years old. They privately married in October 2017, but the news of their union soon leaked to the public.

Despite their split, Momoa has made it clear that they are still family. He attended “The Batman” premiere in support of Bonet’s daughter from a previous marriage, stating that they were representing “me and the babies.”

The divorce filing marks the end of an era for Bonet and Momoa, but they both expressed a desire to move forward with dignity and honesty. No further statements have been made by their representatives.

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