- Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin suspended their divorce proceedings this week, per People Magazine.
- Court records show that the couple filed an “order of abatement” on Wednesday to stop proceedings.
- The couple split and got back together before in the 1990s.
The Palm Beach County Circuit Court docket indicates that the couple filed an “order of abatement” on Wednesday, which means they’re suspending the divorce proceedings.
The “Rocky” star and model were on course to split after Flavin filed for divorce, accusing Stallone of hiding marital assets, according to court documents. Stallone denied the accusations, the filing showed.
“I love my family,” Stallone previously said in a statement to Insider. “We are amicably and privately addressing these personal issues.”
The couple first met in 1988. After six years in a relationship, Stallone broke up with Flavin in 1994. People Magazine reported at the time that Stallone cheated on his partner.
But the two reconciled in 1995 and had their first child, Sophia Stallone, a year later. They were married in 1997 and celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in May.
An attorney and publicist for Stallone and Flavin’s attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.