LeToya Luckett has allegedly divorced Rob Hillman, and the pair have signed a clause to not speak about one another on social media or any other media outlets.
LeToya Luckett has allegedly divorced Rob Hillman.
The former Destiny's Child band member - who made up one quarter of the original girl group alongside Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé Knowles and LaTavia Roberson - has reportedly called it a day with her ex-husband who split two months after they married in January.
According to TMZ the divorce has only just been finalised and due to their brief marriage the split was made a little simpler because there was no property to divide between them both.
And the former couple have agreed to prevent their separation from getting too complicated and spiteful, they have both signed a clause regarding to public statements and social media posts, which forbids both of them from slating one another.
According to the specific article neither LeToya nor Rob must not ''provide photos, videos, recordings or other documents'', which are subsequently shared on other media outlets, websites or blogs.
However it is believed there was no animosity between the pair and the reason for their split five months ago was because they grew apart.
Speaking previously about their romance, Rob said: ''We have a beautiful relationship ... we understand each other as friends, the right way. There are certain things she needs to do for herself, and there are certain things I need to do.''
Meanwhile, the 'Here We Go Again' star is set to focus her attention on the forthcoming Dionne Warwick biopic titled 'Dionne', which follows the 'I Say a Little Prayer' hitmaker's career though the sixties.
Speaking previously about the casting, Dionne said: ''She [LeToya] is perfect and she has exactly the right look.
''She will bring out what is needed for this part.''
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