It’s over! Mia Bally and Tristan Thompson from Married at First Sight are officially divorced. Radar Online revealed on Thursday, Nov. 8, that the reality TV show stars have finalized their divorce, and there’s basically no hope that they’ll get back together.
Radar revealed that Mia agreed to the terms of the Final Decree of Divorce in Dallas County District Court on Nov 5., and the separation is now official. Specifically, the petition for divorce read, “The marriage has become insupportable due to discord or conflict of personalities that destroys the legitimate ends of the marital relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation.” So don’t hold your breath that this couple will have a change of heart and get back together.
The former reality TV show couple also split up their assets and Mia’s maiden name has been restored, the online publication reported Thursday.
While the duo seemed promising at first, and were a clear fan-favorite couple on the Lifetime series, things have been rocky for Mia and Tristan for a while. Tristan actually kicked Mia out of the house over a rather ridiculous fight in an episode of Married at First Sight, according to Us Weekly. The outlet also reported that he caught Mia on a dating app in another episode.
And more recently, Radar reported that a warrant was issued for Mia’s arrest for three counts of stalking and one count of unauthorized use of an access card back in February, and that Tristan struggled with the thought of leaving his wife in the past. Doesn’t exactly seem like a winning relationship to us.
But there are probably fans of the couple who were really hoping they would work things out yet again, despite all the odds. But the court papers make this breakup seem pretty final, so it’s probably a good idea for those fans to quietly move on to shipping another Married at First Sight husband and wife.
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