Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham file for divorce—again
Actor Colton Haynes will divorce from his husband, celebrity florist Jeff Leatham—after the pair had reportedly rekindled their romance.
Teen Wolf actor Haynes reportedly filed for divorce after six months of marriage in May, but it was later speculated that the couple had got back together.
However, on December 13, Leatham filed court documents, which said he had given Haynes a preliminary declaration of disclosure, reports Attitude.
This is a financial disclosure taken by both parties at the beginning of the divorce process.
Colton Haynes reportedly files for divorce six months after wedding
Haynes and Leatham reportedly rekindled their relationship in October, when both men posted photos to mark their first wedding anniversary.
“Can’t believe it’s already been 1 yr. since we got married.”
Haynes uploaded a photo of the couple from their big day, writing: “Can’t believe it’s already been 1 yr. since we got married @jeffleatham Happy Anniversary my beautiful husband.”
Leatham, meanwhile, put up an image of the couple and shared a quote from Instagram poet R.M. Drake.
He also wrote in the caption: “Happy Anniversary My Beautiful Husband … Life is a beautiful place with you beside me. – I LOVE YOU -.”
Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham break up, then make up, then break up
After their supposed break-up, the Arrow star even removed all images of Leatham from his Instagram account and unfollowed his husband.
Haynes has reportedly requested for Leatham to not deceive spousal support in the court documents and for each party to fund their own legal bills.
Haynes and Leatham tied the know at a wedding officiated by Kris Jenner in Palm Springs, California, in October 2017.
The couple wore matching suits to their wedding.
Celebrity guests reportedly included Chelsea Clinton, Sofia Vergara, Joe Manganiello, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Dylan O’Brien, Emily Rickards, Billie Lourd and Cheyenne Jackson.
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Haynes publicly confirmed he was gay in an interview with Entertainment Weekly in 2016.
In May, Haynes called out Hollywood over its lack of LGBT+ representation in a series of now-deleted tweets.
”Hollywood is a very odd place,” he wrote. “I’ve been here for 12 yrs. I just pray that the LGBTQ+ community gets more chances to star in roles.
“We’ve had amazing trailblazers & ppl who’ve made it thru the criticism thk god. It doesn’t have to be me, but this town is run by our community.
“Just because you like the same sex doesn’t mean you can’t carry a film.”