Brittany Snow, husband Tyler Stanaland split up

Brittany Snow and husband Tyler StannalandMultiple sources told People that her marriage hit rocks.


The pitch perfect The actress, 36, and Stanaland, 33, are having marital problems after it was revealed that one of them is… sell OC costars try kissing him outside the camera.


A source says the ordeal caused by him being on the show and turning their lives into a storyline “broke them”, adding, “They’ve had problems before, but this is the last straw.” The source says Snow “was trying to find the best time to file for divorce” and maintain his privacy.


“Brittany never wanted Tyler to be on the show, but he was adamant,” says the source. “He wanted to make a name for himself on his own terms.”


Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland.
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Another insider says, “They’re totally over. All girls [on the show] obsessed with. He was trying to be really respectful but that affected his marriage 100 percent.”


Later on Wednesday, the pair jointly confirmed The phrases they separateAfter some time and thought, Tyler and I made a file Difficult decision to separate. This decision was made with love and mutual respect for each other. We realized that we needed to take some time and make sure that we live our most fulfilling and authentic lives. We started this journey as best friends and our relationship will continue to be a priority not only to us but to our dog Charlie. We sincerely appreciate your support and ask for privacy as we transition into this new chapter.”


Stanaland previously claimed that his colleague was a realtor Kayla Cardona she has Try to steal a kiss from him On two separate occasions, referring to Real life with Kate Casey The podcast said the incidents “did not occur during filming.”




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He said, “One night, Kayla tried to kiss me. Then it happened another night, too.” “So on the show, out of respect for her, I’m just trying to minimize it and get over it so there’s no drama. We can all focus on what we have to do.”


“But this was something where I had to set some hard lines and some boundaries and rethink the social environment a little bit. Nothing happened. It was just… something that, you know, you don’t do with a married person,” Stanaland added.


Confronted by fellow clients on the show, Cardona, 33, cleared the air with Stanaland, admitting she “made a huge mistake” and “never would have done so sober.” He also apologized for blurring the lines between their professional and personal relationships.


The former professional surfer clarified during his podcast appearance that Snow and their house will not appear in the first season of Netflix‘s sunset sale spin off.


“When I started this journey, I kind of wanted to keep certain parts of my life private,” Stanaland explained. “And with time, that might be different. But for now, it was kind of the only thing that made me feel safe embarking on such a strange journey.”


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Snow and Stannaland started dating After they were introduced by mutual friends And the They announced their participation In 2019. Hmm tie the knot In March 2020 during an outdoor concert in Malibu.


On Instagram in July 2020, Snow They shared pictures from their wedding daywhich came right before the pandemic shutdowns, and mentions her marriage to her “favorite person”.


“In early March, before we knew how much we’d miss the hugs and live in our sweatpants, I married my favorite person. The whole world shut down after a few days and we were stunned by the timing,” she wrote in. the time. “We knew we felt incredibly lucky to have found each other, but we had no idea how happy we would have been to get married before a tremendous time in our history. Everything that could have gone wrong, went so wrong that day… it was Absolutely and impossibly perfect. I knew that day, more than ever, that there was no one else I’d rather hold my hand in the middle of (life’s) hurricane.”

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