Kesley Grammer tweeted the confirmation of his divorce from third wife Camille Grammer (born Camille Donatacci) Thursday, saying â€œThings fell apart between us. That is all.â€ The "Le Cage aux Folles" star and former Playboy model were married for 13 years and have two children together. Kelseyâ€™s rep stated, as reported by E! Online, â€œKelsey and Camille value privacy. They understand that private lives sometimes get played out in public but ask on this occasion that their privacyâ€”and the privacy of their childrenâ€”be respectedâ€.
It was Camille who filed for divorce in an LA court citing â€œirreconcilable differencesâ€ and she apparently wants primary custody of daughter Mason, 8, and son, Jude, 5, according to E! Online. In addition to child custody she is seeking child and spousal support from Kelsey. Despite this, it seems that Kelsey is still very supportive of Camille, tweeting â€œTo my twitter friends, I once again ask that all tweets about Camille be kind and mindful of the fact that she is the mother of my children.â€
Does it seem odd to anyone else that so many celebrities are announcing their breakups on Twitter? Or dealing in such private matters on all these incredibly public domains? Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, my goodness! I donâ€™t believe itâ€™s okay to break up through any other means than face-to-face, and I also find it a little weird that celebrities are confirming these heartbreaking situations via social networks. Especially when they have their reps requesting the public to respect their privacy. I mean, if they really wanted privacy, would they be tweeting about it at all? Maybe itâ€™s just me, but I feel like these social technologies are ruining our interpersonal relationships. Even Iâ€™ve Facebook-chatted with my roommate. While we were in the same room! How is that acceptable when I could just as easily speak to her in person? Any thoughts?
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