Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland announce their separation after 2 years of marriage

Actor Brittany Snow and “Selling the OC” star Tyler Stanaland announced Wednesday that they are separating after two years of marriage.

“After some time and consideration Tyler and I have made the difficult decision to go our separate ways,” the ‘Pitch Perfect’ star wrote on Instagram. “This decision was made with love and mutual respect. We realized that we need to take time and make sure we are each living our most fulfilling and authentic life.

“We started this journey as best friends and our relationship will continue to be a priority not only for us but for our dog Charlie. We sincerely appreciate your support and ask for privacy as we navigate this new chapter.

Stanaland posted the same statement on his Instagram.

The couple met in 2018, got engaged in 2019 and married in March 2020.

The news comes three weeks after the premiere of Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” spin-off, “Selling the OC.” Stanaland was at the center of a major drama involving one of his co-workers, Kayla Cardona, who apparently tried to kiss him multiple times. The incident sparked a firestorm among the other cast members, many of whom got involved.

Stanaland initially pursued a career as a professional surfer before joining his father’s luxury real estate business. After 12 years in the family business, he joined the Oppenheim group, which launched his career in reality TV.

He recently told People in an interview that the kissing incident on the show was “something where I kind of had to draw hard lines and boundaries and reconsider the social environment a bit. It was just… something that, you know, you don’t do to someone who’s married.

He also said he wanted to keep parts of his life private from the show.

“I don’t know about the future, but in this specific season you won’t see my house, you won’t see my wife,” he told People.

“And over time, maybe it will be different. But for now, it’s kind of the only thing that made me feel safe to embark on such a strange journey.




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