EXCLUSIVE: Lover Of 'Raising Sextuplets' Mom Divorces


Dec. 2 2010, Published 9:40 a.m. ET

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The couple at the center of the Raising Sextuplets pair Bryan and Jennifer Masche’s marriage split have filed for divorce themselves, has learned.

Mom-of-two Ashley McClendon filed for a divorce from her husband Levi at Maricopa County Court in Arizona on October 4, 2010.

EXCLUSIVE PHOTO: The Smiling Mug Shot Of TV's 'Raising Sextuplets' Dad revealed how Bryan Masche contacted Ashley after he found out that his wife Jennifer had been secretly hooking-up with Levi, her former boyfriend.

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The reality TV dad flipped-out after he discovered that businessman McClendon visited Jennifer while she was supposed to be on ‘a prayer retreat’ in San Diego with some girlfriends.

The two men had several heated telephone conversations when the affair was exposed – Jennifer and Levi had dated 15 years ago and rekindled their relationship when she signed him up for a business venture she got going in March.

McClendon runs a text message support company while both Bryan and Jennifer Masche rejected an offer from WE tv to tape a new show centering around the current status of their marriage.

EXCLUSIVE AUDIO: Hear The 911 Calls Leading To 'Raising Sextuplets' Dad's Arrest

As first reported, Bryan Masche was arrested on September 11, 2010, in Arizona on charges of domestic violence and resisting arrest following a family bust-up, in which he allegedly shouted profanities at his wife in front of their children and threatened to "flatten" his father-in-law.

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Following the incident, Masche appeared before Judge Harry Cipriano last month at Camp Verde Municipal Court in Arizona.

Masche agreed to plead guilty to two misdemeanor charges - threatening and intimidating per domestic violence and disorderly conduct per domestic violence - in exchange for not serving any time behind bars.

The judge ordered him to do both domestic violence counseling and parenting classes as part of his agreement, and if he completes the courses successfully and does not break the law within the next twelve months, he will only be sentenced for disorderly conduct.



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