Sylvester Stallone writes breakup texts for his daughters, which ‘strongly suggest’ the unusual tactic
Sylvester Stallone is a master at breaking up texts, according to his three daughters.
The “Rocky” star often gives dating advice to his daughters Sistine, Sophia and Scarlet, which he shares with wife Jennifer Flavin, and even writes their breakup texts.
“My dad is a scholar when it comes to our love lives — in so many areas,” Sistine revealed during an episode of the “Giggly Squad” podcast.
“In one area, he writes most of our breakup texts,” she added.
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Sophia then encouraged the girls to consult their father for dating advice, particularly on how to end a relationship.
“I strongly suggest girls go to their dad and have him write a breakup text because men know men,” she explained. “I tell you.”
“And they never get mad at being honest,” Sophia added.
Sistine previously revealed in an interview with Fox News Digital that it was “almost impossible” to bring a date home to meet the family, who just launched their first reality TV show with Paramount+ titled “The Family Stallone”.
Flavin added, “They have to prep Sly first, like, ‘You need to say hello…'”
“I said, ‘He might not say hello to you, don’t be offended. That’s how he works. He might shake your hand too tightly…” Sistine explained.
“It’s a total myth!” Stallone exclaimed.
“These guys are weird. I saved you,” the actor later added.
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Stallone and Flavin met in 1988 and married in London in 1997. Flavin filed for divorce in August. She accused Stallone of engaging in “the intentional dissipation, depletion and/or squandering of marital assets that negatively impacted the marital estate economically” in the Aug. 19 filings.
However, by September, the couple had apparently chosen to reconcile and work on their marriage.
“The parties agree that it is in the interests of each of them individually, and more importantly collectively as a family, to resolve all matters relating to the dissolution of their marriage in a dignified, amicable and private manner at the ‘amicable.'” reads the order. “Each party is satisfied that all immediate matters have been dealt with to their mutual satisfaction in a separately executed stipulation.”
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