Montana Yao, who filed for divorce after photos of her husband holding hands with Larsa surfaced, is remaining "focused" on herself and her two-year-old son, her lawyer tells Radar.
While she doesn't have much to say about her ex's split with Larsa, Montana is looking forward to continuing her lucrative career in front of the camera.
In an exclusive statement to Radar, her attorney Paul Applebaum says Montana has "declined to comment" about the breakup and she "is focused on caring for her young son and resuming her modeling career."
Larsa was first with the Minnesota Timberwolves player in November. The PDA pics immediately sparked a firestorm on social media after it was discovered he was a married man.
Days later, Montana Yao filed for divorce from Malik after just 9-months of marriage. She seemed just as dazed as everyone about their split, taking to social media at the time to reveal her side of the story.
Claiming she was “told to leave our family home 10 days ago," Montana followed the accusation up by stating, "just like you all I’m pretty confused.”
While Malik's lawyer stated at the time the NBA player wanted to "put this matter behind him," Montana wasn't going out so easy.
“Mr. Beasley forgot to inform Montana Yao, his long-time partner and wife, of his plans to leave his family ‘behind,’” her attorneys claimed in a statement. “Instead, he put Montana and their young son out of the family home while he stayed behind to live there with friends.”
Malik and Montana share one child together, a two-year-old son named Makai.
As for Larsa Pippen, she allegedly broke up with Malik because the drama wasn't worth it anymore. "Larsa decided to distance herself from the drama,” a source told Us Weekly. “He was going through a lot and the timing wasn’t right.”
They allegedly called off their four-month relationship shortly after spending Valentine's Day together.