A judge declared the tumultuous couple officially divorced in the state of New Jersey during a brief hearing on Thursday, February 21, a court clerk told RadarOnline.com this morning.
“I wish the both of you the best of luck in your future,” Judge Melchionne of the Bergen County Court said before dismissing the pair.
And while the exes' bitter court proceedings are officially over, Marty exclusively revealed to Radar that it's still a "sad day."
"I'm relieved that it's all over with," Marty told Radar outside of the courtroom. "But also I'm equally sad about what happened."
Marty said he feels the couple's relationship was "very good for quite a while" until it fell apart "very rapidly and very severely."
The reality star said he still plans to be cordial to his ex-wife but he isn't so sure if Danielle is willing to do the same.
"To me we are on speaking terms," he explained. "So I'm very willing to speak to her when I go home later. Today might not be a good day to do it. And if she doesn't want me to speak to her then I'll just wait until the timing is right."
Neither Danielle nor Marty greeted each other in the courtroom.
“The two barely looked at each other,” the clerk told Radar. “They did not look happy.”
Page Six was first to report the divorce was finalized.
The disgruntled groom accused his estranged wife of “financial, verbal and emotional” abuse, and being nasty to his children from a previous relationship.
Soon after, Danielle accused Marty of abuse and got a temporary restraining order against him.
The exes will continue to share their home together until it is sold, Marty confirmed to Radar. Still, he admitted the divorce is a "shame."
"It's still disappointed and sad that it turned out this way," Marty said.
Danielle's ex said he hopes to one day "find the right girl."
Will the drama finally end? Keep reading Radar to find out.
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