According to the report, Weir, who filed for divorce from Voronov last month after three years of marriage, is moving back into their home, despite the pair’s allegations of cheating and abuse claims.
“Victor has the truth on his side,” Wendy Feldman, Voronov’s legal coach and public relations crisis manager, told Radar last month.
According to multiple reports, Voronov has allegedly asked Weir to publicly apologize for the comments he’s made during their bitter split.
The pair's relationship made headlines last month, after Radar broke the story that the bronze medalist had managed to keep a major secret that he’d been involved in an domestic violence dispute with Voronov.
“We were fighting in such a terrible way, and it did get physical on that night, and it’s unfortunate that things went the way that it did because domestic violence is never the way to go,” Weir told the show.
Feldman countered the skater’s accusations, calling them “low blows.”
“That case was dropped by Victor at the urging of Johnny prior to the Olympics. The person who bit someone was Johnny,” she said.
Stay tuned to Radar for all the latest updates about Weir and Vorono’s marriage reconciliation.