Stause hinted at being blindsided by the divorce filing by posting a cryptic quote by author Nishan Panwar on her Instagram page that read, "It's hard to watch people change right in front of you". She didn't mention whom the telling quote was addressed to, but considering the timing which is only a little over a week after news of their marital separation spread, many assumed that she was talking about her estranged husband. Neither star has spoken out directly about the split. Even Vanderpump Rules' Brittany Cartwright showed her support with three red heart emojis.More news: Sub Lieutenant Shivangi Navy’s first woman pilot
Strause's Instagram bio features another quote from the poet Rumi, reading: "The wound is the place where the Light enters you".
Unlike Chrishell, Justin has not yet broken his silence following the breakup. News, she lists November 22, 2019 as their date of separation, about five months after Hartley's listed date. Now, the split has taken an even weirder turn after Stause filed her response. That was simply shy of two weeks earlier than Chrishell's birthday, on which Justin wished for "many extra years of affection and laughs!" in an Instagram shout-out for his ex.More news: Defiant Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook policy to allow false ads
Further, Justin and Chrishell, who met when they both starred in soap operas and had been together for years, are already bickering over finances in their dueling divorce documents - she wants him to pay spousal support, wherein he doesn't want to pay her; she wants him to pay her lawyer's fees, but he wants her to foot her own bill. The actor cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the split. His filing came just eight days after the former couple attended a Hollywood Reporter-sponsored pre-Golden Globes party together.More news: Dolphins trick play baffles Eagles defense in huge win for Miami