Six months after calling off their $140 million divorce, RadarOnline.com has learned the couple has finally thrown in the towel after 36 years of marriage!
In an end-of-an-era exclusive, sources revealed "Cheers" legend Rhea, 70, confronted her hubby, 73, over his long-rumored womanizing ways — and told him she was through.
"It was the fight to end all fights," squealed an insider.
"Rhea read Danny the riot act and told him in no uncertain terms that she was going through with the divorce. Danny didn't have a leg to stand on!
"Rhea has heard the rumblings that Danny 'got it on' with extras on the set of his films, but the most hurtful of all was his bond with a leggy blonde."
As Radar previously reported, the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" the star was caught overseas in 2016 squiring German-born Sandra Seeling, director of the Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival.
"People in their inner circle will tell you this was the woman who finally drove them apart," snitched the insider.
"Rhea was humiliated. She always suspected Danny of philandering, but seeing the picture of her foolishly grinning husband with this beautiful young woman was proof enough in her eyes.
"She could never get over the whole 'Sandra affair.'"
Rhea gave the "Taxi" actor the heave-ho in 2012. But the couple — parents of Lucy, 35, Grace, 33, and Jake, 30 — reconciled, only to split again a second time four years later.
Then in April, insiders dished to Radar exclusively the pair were mending fences once more, smiling together for the cameras at a premiere with daughter Lucy.
But the cease-fire didn't last, said the insider.
"They haven't been photographed since! They've been living separate lives and clearly prefer it that way," added the source.
"Their kids are adults now, and it's time for Rhea to think about herself for a change. There's nothing Danny can say or do to change her mind. They're separated and living apart and this time it's for good."
But their split promises to carry a hefty price tag.
The two are both Emmy Award winners and co-founded Jersey Films, which produced the hit movies "Pulp Fiction," "Get Shorty" and "Erin Brockovich."
Added the insider: "It's going to be a costly divorce. Their combined assets are worth $140 million at least. Rhea's going to take Danny to the cleaners!"
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