One of Hollywood's most famous on-again, off-again couples is now divorced. Shanna Moakler
, one of the judges on the reality series Crowned: The Mother of All Pageants
, and musician Travis Baker have officially parted ways earlier this month, according to court documents obtained by TMZ.
Confirmation came from Barker himself as he announced about the split while attending the 5th annual Toots Jam Benefiting Rock the Vote at West Hollywood's Key Club over the weekend.
"No, I'm no longer with her," Barker told People
. "We were actually divorced a few days ago."
Barker and the Crowned
judge married in October 2004 and have two children together, 4-year-old son Landon and 2-year-old daughter Alabama. Moakler, on the other hand, also has an 8-year-old daughter, Atiana, from her previous relationship with Oscar de la Hoya.
After two years of marriage, the couple filed for divorce in August 2006. Both Moakler and Barker posted negative comments about each other on their respective blogs, though they quickly removed their posts and remained relatively quite for a couple of months. Despite the couple's pending divorce, they were seen out and about with their children and having romantic dinners together by early December 2006. Reports surfaced in January 2007 that they were "quietly trying to give it another go."
In March 2007, the Crowned judge revealed that she is still "madly in love" with her husband and that they have reunited. This admission came after the couple was publicly affectionate at a surprise birthday Barker threw for his wife in Miami. Subsequently, Barker told People
the following month that they were back together, that they had pulled out of the separation, and that they were doing what was best for themselves and their children.
After months of reconciliation, Moakler revealed in July 2007 that her relationship with Barker was over.
For now, Barker says he's focusing on his kids, rather than moving on to any more romantic entanglements.
"I have a beautiful daughter at home, a beautiful son at home," the former Blink-182 drummer told People
. "That's where my head is at right now. I don't have time for anything else."
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: People, TMZ
(Image courtesy of MTV)