Busted! Lorenzo Lamas’ Pretty New TV Girlfriend Sped Up His Divorce

Jul. 2 2018, Published 9:22 p.m. ET

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Wife #6?

Lorenzo Lamas filed for divorce from his fifth wife after a two-year separation after falling in love with a Canadian television star, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

The hunky Falcon Crest star and Shawna Craig split up in 2016 but he just filed the papers in court on Friday, June 29, 2018 after he and Janette Ewen got serious.

He cited “irreconcilable differences,” on his divorce docs but his new girlfriend was the reason behind the filing.

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“Janette and Lorenzo are head over heels for each other. And she does not want to be dating a married man,” a source close to Ewen told Radar.

“Janette and Lorenzo are really in love,” the insider said. “They make each other very happy.”

Lamas, 60, has been married five times, and left acting to pursue a career as a helicopter pliot.

He gushed about his new love, posting pics of her on his Instagram page and writing: “Thank you my heart mate for the most amazing adventures a man could hope for.”

Ewen posted sweet comments on Lamas’ pictures too, writing “Just looking all handsome and such :),” on a photo of him by a helicopter.

Ewen was a judge on Season two of From the Ground Up with Debbie Travis on HGTV and on Inside the Box with Ty Pennington, which airs on W Network in Canada.

She also appeared on the VH1 show The Decorating Adventures of Ambrose Price as a design expert.

As Radar readers knew first, Lamas and Craig separated in 2016 and he listed their split date as June of that year.

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