Billy Bush's wife files for divorce 10 months after separation
Sidney Davis, the wife of disgraced television host Billy Bush, has finally filed the papers for divorce ten months following their separation.
The two announced their separation back in September 2017 after 20 years of marriage. At the time, they decided to take some time off to evaluate their relationship but it seems that it didn't work out well.
The news of the divorce was shared by TMZ, who claims to have learned that Davis' divorce is based on irreconcilable differences and that she will be seeking child support.
According to the news outlet, the couple shares two children: 13-year-old Lille and 17-year-old Mary. They also have Josie, who is already an adult and, therefore, won't count towards the child support request.
Billy Bush's Wife, Sydney, Files for Divorce https://t.co/73XHdTPjjL— TMZ (@TMZ) July 13, 2018
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Davis will be asking for joint legal and primary physical custody of their Lillie and Mary, and is keen on getting the child support that she pretends from the settlement that Bush scored since he left Today.
Bush was fired after laughing at Donald Trump's grotesque comments about women while inside the Access Hollywood bus. After the audio was leaked, Bush was fired from his anchor job at Today.
During an interview with People, Bush confessed to being 'ashamed and embarrassed,' and that he went through several stages of grief following the loss of his career.
The former anchor described it as the 'ultimate degradation' and that it all happened at a time in which everything was going so well in his life.
Despite seeing his professional career tumbling downhill, Bush was hopeful that his marriage to Davis would be able to help him through the dark chapter of his life but it just didn't happen.
Their relationship started deteriorating more and more and, eventually, they decided to separate nearly a year after Bush's encounter with the now President of the United States.