TV personality Jillian Barberie Reynolds' divorce to second husband, Grant, has been finalized and the former Good Day LA co-host, won't be paying any spousal support to her ex-husband, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Jillian, 46, married Grant, a 40-year-old former Marine sniper turned actor, in a private backyard ceremony on July 8, 2006.
The former couple have two children, Ruby, 5, and Rocco, 3.
According to the divorce judgement obtained exclusively by Radar, both Jillian and Grant waived their respective rights to spousal support. Both parties agreed to mutually share expenses for their children, and will share joint physical and legal custody of the kids.
They further agree to notify and receive "permission for tattoos, piercing and all other permanent altercations of the minor children's bodies....each party shall be designated as a person of the minor children's schools will contact in the event of an emergency," the docs read.
"Neither party may use the minor children as a messenger between the parents regarding parental disputes...Neither party may change the residence of the minor children from Los Angeles County without the written consent of the other or an order of the Court."
Jillian was awarded their Tarzana, Calif. home, the leases on a Mercedes ML and Ford F150 truck, several bank accounts and sole interest in Jillian Barberie Inc.
Grant was given a 1970 Dodge Charger, 2007 Motorcycle, and jewelry in his possession.
At the time of the divorce announcement was made, Jillian told Radar in a statement: "It is with great regret that my marriage to Grant is ending after more than six years. He is a special man and we have two amazing children together Ruby, 5, and son Rocco, 3. This was a mutual decision that was not taken lightly and we are committed to our children and will work together to ensure their happy and healthy upbringing."
Jillian is widely known in Los Angeles, where she lives, for her stint as the weathercaster on the local Fox morning show Good Day LA for nearly two decades; she was taken off the program in Sept. 2012 in a major shakeup of the struggling show.
However, after a failed gig with KTLA in Los Angeles, Jillian began co-hosting an afternoon radio show on KABC 790 in Los Angeles with John Phillips, beginning on Monday, Feb. 17.