The divorce is finalized and Jane Lynch (“Sue Sylvester” of the popular television show Glee) is officially single.
The actress split from her partner, psychologist Dr. Lara Embry back in February 2013.
The split resulted in Lynch filing for divorce, ending their three-year marriage in July 2013 citing: “irreconcilable differences”………. [Hollywood’s legal jargon for: “The Details are None of Your Business”].
Embry originally demanded almost 94k per month in spousal support “in order to maintain the lavish lifestyle she had become accustomed to” …said our source, but another source (since then) stated that an agreement was reached + signed between the two agreeing on a lower amount for spousal support.
No word [or any of our business] on what that amount was but we do know that Lynch was granted permission to keep the home they once shared (and that she, herself, paid for).
Eye Spied at WENN Newsdesk
WHAT INSPIRED US TO MAKE A “FRIEND-GIRL” CATEGORY:
Honestly, having not thought about it until we began noticing people in popular culture being demonstratively proud of being able to express (to the world) who they are, and whomever they love recently; we here at Other Side of the Fame opened this category on our blog so as to let our LGBT readers know that this blog (regardless of all the categories and varying subjects) is just as LGBT friendly as we are heterosexual.
Although love should be as equal and simple as “Love is Love” and there shouldn’t even have to be a need to separate “LGBT” (in order to inform and make it stand out to let it be known that we are celebrating it as stand-alone); we did it anyways. We did it so as to inform ALL our readers that love IS love and WE ALL collect the same pain and joy from relationships whether it be LGBT or heterosexual.
At any rate, our Write Head (who too, is an actual novel writer) feels the same about some of her books/book content (as just aforementioned and explained). So too, if you want to read a little more about other things she writes, follow these links to the books which contain LGBT subject matter, storylines, (and even-relations).
Enjoy. We support you (in joy and pain) and too, thank you for your support.
A compilation of excerpts from her published book called: “FRIEND REQUEST INTERCEPTED”
An except from her soon-to be published sequel to “ANGIE SITUATION”
*Please note…these samples are for adult reading + mature audiences.