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Megan Fox Dismisses Divorce Case After Reconciling With Husband Brian Austin Green

Megan Fox Dismissed Divorce Case Against Brian Austin Green
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Apr. 27 2019, Updated 10:21 p.m. ET

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Divorce is officially off the table for Megan Fox and husband Brian Austin Green.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Fox has solidified the couple's reunion by requesting a dismissal in her divorce case nearly four years after she'd originally filed for divorce.

Following Fox's pregnancies with sons Noah, 6, and Bodhi, 5, Radar readers were surprised to find out the movie beauty had filed for divorce from the Beverly Hills 90210 star in April 2015, just days after the couple of then 11 years, had confirmed their separation.

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At the time, court documents obtained exclusively by Radar cited "irreconcilable differences," as the reason for the end of their five year marriage, but Radar later learned the two had been headed for divorce months prior to the news breaking.

While on the set of Bravo's Flipping Out, producers learned of the couple's personal arguments, a source told Radar.

"The two of them were like bickering children. Behind the scenes, they could not stop nitpicking at each other. It was almost comical," the insider said.

Following the divorce filing, however, Fox, 32, and Green, 45, were spotted often grocery shopping and sharing family days. Soon after, Radar reported, they were expecting their third child and were renting a house together. They welcomed baby Journey River Green in August 2016.

Radar previously reported that Fox was the one who wanted the divorce, but Green worked hard to change her mind.

It's obvious that his hard work paid off!

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