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After 25 Years of Marriage, Jennifer Flavin, Sylvester Stallone’s Wife, Files for Divorce.

Page Six can confirm that Jennifer Flavin, Sylvester Stallone’s wife, has filed for divorce.

The former model, 54, officially ended her 25-year union with the “Rocky” actor, 76, on August 19 in Palm Beach County, Florida.

On Wednesday, Stallone commented on the news, telling TMZ, “I love my family. These are personal issues that we are peacefully and privately resolving.

The actor gained notoriety for covering a sizable tattoo of his spouse’s face on his shoulder four days after Flavin’s filing.

With a tattoo of Butkus, the well-known bullmastiff from the “Rocky” movies, Stallone replaced the tribute.

Zach Perez, a tattoo artist, revealed the cover-up in an Instagram post on August 16.

The best day of his career as a tattoo artist, he gushed. I appreciate you letting me take care of your tattoo today, @officialslystallone.

_Sylvester Stallone (1)

Recently, the actor removed a tattoo of his partner’s face.
Perez removed the slideshow from his feed after numerous fans questioned whether Flavin approved of the dubious action in comments on the social media post.

Michelle Bega, Stallone’s publicist, later told the Daily Mail that the Oscar nominee “loves his family” and provided an explanation for the updated tattoo.

“Mr. Stallone wanted to update his wife Jennifer’s tattoo design. But the outcomes were disappointing and, regrettably, unrepairable,” she told the newspaper. He was forced to cover the original image with a tattoo of Butkus, Rocky’s dog.

However, Flavin previously drew criticism for posting a photo of herself cuddling her three daughters with Stallone: Sophia, 25, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20.

The businesswoman, who notably no longer follows the “Creed” star on Instagram, captioned the picture from August 10 with “These girls are my priority nothing else matters.” “The four of us always.”

The strongest woman I know said Sistine.

The Golden Globe winner previously wed Brigitte Nielsen from 1985 to 1987 and Sasha Czack from 1974 to 1985. Sage, who passed away in July 2012, and Seargeoh, 43, were his and Czack’s sons.

Page Six has contacted the representatives of Stallone and Flavin for comment.

In a New Film, Sylvester Stallone Will Display His Super-muscles

On his film about a vigilante, “Samaritan,” Sylvester Stallone

“It’s a play on having supernatural abilities at first and then finding that things aren’t working out. Then tragedy strikes. Superhero declares, “Stop saving the world. I can’t save myself,’ he says as he spends the next 25 years hiding as a trashman. Then, it’s time to get back to heroic matters.

I’ve been in tough guy territory. I’m a sucker for heartfelt action movies. These folks aren’t immune. They are susceptible to passing away. How can you support Superman, who is impervious to harm? Not these people. They are typical citizens.

“Like you’d go, ‘Really?’ if Superman were your neighbor and a vampire. He resembled us.

Because of the turmoil, we’re experiencing, it’s timely. Everyone disagrees with everyone, cities are dispersed, and badness enters. And I kind of set the pace. It is an exciting morality tale. Unlike a flamboyant Marvel movie.

_Sylvester Stallone (2)

Sly is sly about physical scenes and is still in good shape at 76. He will disappear.

Even anchors require food. On Nantucket, Lesley Stahl stayed at Straight Wharf for an hour. enjoyed swordfish. David Muir of ABC had dinner at Hudson Yards’ Estiatorio Milos. sat back there with friends. the use of a phone while conversing. waved farewell to everyone in a big way.

Another foodie was Cy Vance, DA at Hawksmoor on 22nd Street before New York had to gag on Bragg. He lugged delivery food.

In the meantime, Barry Manilow finished his non-culinary East Coast tour in Allentown, Providence, and Philadelphia.

The McKittrick Hotel on West 27th should be visited by all. Dinner is served at the rooftop restaurant Gallow Green at 6, followed by a show called “Speakeasy Magick” at 8 downstairs. The encounter is enchanted.

Today’s children frequently reject parental politics, and family dinner can turn into a flashpoint because of extremists, TV newscasters, political echoes, and canceled culture.

Tim Storey, author of Oprah’s guru book “The Miracle Mentality,” and psychiatrist Dr. Colleen Hawthorne now instruct students on how to discuss politics at home, how family, religion, and culture influence political views, how institutions label those who disagree as un-American, how to overcome a fear of having difficult conversations at home, as well as strategies seniors can use when juniors become agitated.

The education experts are moving significantly away from teaching those three Rs in Our Country ‘Tis of Me.