Mena Suvari Files For Divorce After 18 Months Of Marriage

Mena Suvari has filed from divorce from her husband of 18 months, concert producer Simone Sestito, citing "irreconcilable differences". Court documents also state that the pair actually separated on November 1, 2011, technically making the marriage even shorter.

I always kind of wonder what happens when you get married and it lasts a year or less than a year before you realize it's so horrible you have to break up immediately. In this case, I guess we'll never know. Unless there's a tell-all book. Then we'd probably know.

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