Megan Fox filed for divorce because she’s so beautiful & work-oriented


That was fast! Megan Fox has filed for divorce from Brian Austin Green, her husband of five years. It’s worth noting that even though every major outlet got “confirmation” last week that Megan and BAG had separated (and been separated for months), none of the confirmations came directly from Megan, BAG or their reps. Megan is being very mysterious about this whole thing, but I guess we should just let her divorce filing speak for itself. People Magazine did repeat the gossip that the split had a lot to do with disagreements over her career though, which we’ve heard before.

Megan Fox has filed for divorce from husband Brian Austin Green after five years of marriage. According to documents obtained by PEOPLE, Fox cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for their split. She has requested joint physical and legal custody of the couple’s two sons Noah, 2, and Bodhi.

The news comes two days after a source confirmed to people that the couple have split. In her divorce filing, Fox lists the date of separation as June 15.

“Megan and Brian’s split is a classic Hollywood story of two people in different stages of life and career,” a source close to Fox tells PEOPLE of the couple, who were together for 11 years. “Megan is young and hot and sought after for work, and she is eager to move ahead in her career,” the source adds. “Brian wants more of her time than she can allow.”

The couple also apparently were at odds over how to balance family life with work, the source claims.

“She was overwhelmed with the children and her husband’s expectations, which got in the way of work responsibilities,” the source tells PEOPLE. “They had many disagreements and arguments about her time at home, which led to problems.”

Another source says that Fox’s shifting goals may have been a factor in the couple’s estrangement.

“Megan has always been career-oriented and noted because she was so beautiful,” the insider tells PEOPLE. “Now she is being recognized for her talent, and like anyone else with Hollywood ambitions, she wants to pursue those options. The timing just wasn’t working for her relationship.”

[From People]

Er, it sounds like this “insider” is pretty much Megan’s agent or publicist. “Megan is young and hot and sought after for work” plus “now she is being recognized for her talent” – it’s almost like she’s trying to simultaneously hustle for work while announcing her divorce. Granted, this wouldn’t be the first time a divorce improved someone’s public image and career prospects (coughNicoleKidmancough), but it is a little weird. As for Megan being so in demand… she’s been filming the sequel to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Granted, the first one was a huge hit. But she literally has nothing else on her IMDB page for upcoming projects. She’s really hoping that this divorce gets her some bigger roles.


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  1. Esmom says:

    “It’s almost like she’s trying to simultaneously hustle for work while announcing her divorce.”

    That’s the vibe I was getting too…as if she thought her marital status was preventing her from skyrocketing to the big time? Who knows.

    Her toddler is a cutie, hope the kids come out ok through this bump in the road.

    • Denisemich says:

      Brian Austin Green does not have big bucks. She needs to work when the divorce is final. They started a relationship when she was very young and had a load of work done to herself. I don’t think he is supportive of her or she would not have needed to improve so much of herself.

      That is not good for kids to watch, especially boys.

      • deehunny says:

        Yeah she needed to stop two faces ago. It was weird how much work she got done after Transformers (which was where she needed to stop)

    • laura in LA says:

      I thought that “work” meant/implied more plastic surgery.

  2. rottenflower says:

    I don’t know if it’s her heavy makeup or heavy plastic surgery, but she looks so much older than her age.

    I will never understand why folks that are naturally beautiful do this to themselves.

    That’s all.

    • Esmom says:

      Agree. At first glance I thought that photo of her in the baseball hat was Shannon Doherty, who is decades older than her.

      • RUDDYZOOKEEPER says:

        I was seeing some Courteney Cox. Either way, I don’t think these are the looks she’s going for.

    • Wren says:

      Her changing face has made me sad for a long time. I’ve always wondered why she felt the need to do that to herself, repeatedly.

    • Rascalito says:

      In the photos of her in the black dress, she kind of looks like an alien version of Monica Bellucci.

  3. Kdlaf says:

    In demand because of her talent?? Beacause of Ninja Turtles…? The last leading role she had was Jennifers Body and I dont remember that doing so well (I actually kind of liked it/her role). Looks like she’s playing this divorce to get more roles – good for her I guess. At least shes doing that rather than painting herself to be some perfect angel/mom – unlike some female celebs…

    • Jegede says:

      People forget, but Megan Fox was actually experiencing a backlash before she married BAG.

      Her interviews were as cringeworthy and annoying as “I’m too sexy for my shirt” Amber Heard is now.

      Her movies were flopping left right and center – Jennifer’s Body, Jonah Hex , Passion Play (did not even get a theatrical release)

      Add on the Shia Lebouf mess, being fired from productions and her persona was wearing very thin.

      Fox did an about face, after the sexy card was played out and not giving her an audience. Started emphasising family instead, especially the role she played in her soon-to-be step son’s life.

      Seems now she’s in Teenage Ninja Turtles she feels her star is on the rise again, and the family is in her way.
      I have my doubts……….

      • Neah23 says:

        Pretty much this, girlfriend thinks she going to be the next big thing again.😩 I see a lot of attention seeking in her future.

      • kdlaf says:

        Agreed! Its pretty fascinating how pretty much ALL celebs play the game and everything is calculated. Also points on the Amber Heard comparison, shes definitely Megan Fox lite.

    • Kosmos says:

      She’s very attractive, yes, but she is definitely not a good actress. I don’t see her being in demand for anything other than roles requiring not too much dialogue or seriousness. If she felt overwhelmed by the children, why on earth did she have them? If she wants a career first and foremost, then why hasn’t she worked harder at learning how to act? I don’t get it. If she had been wanted for roles, I doubt she would have refused due to her children. I just don’t feel she is on anyone’s hit list, especially after the backlash.

  4. Izzy says:

    So basically, BAG didn’t want to take on more parenting while his wife earned money for the family.

    I wonder if her lack of upcoming projects has anything to do with pressure from her soon-to-be-ex?

    • Betti says:

      Thats the implication – its not as if his career is bringing it in. She’s the one doing the hi profile franchises which is big bucks – he’s basically living of her and resents her success. Neither of them are very good actors. But good luck to her for the future – am sure she’ll be determined to be more successful for the sake of the children, however he will sue for alimony so she’ll be stuck supporting the douche ex.

      • Tifygodess24 says:

        @betti that’s pretty harsh. Would you say that if a woman was suing for alimony? We don’t know the dynamic of their relationship and I find it hard to believe Megan is some crazy sought after actress who’s husband is holding her down considering how much she wasn’t doing before she got married. “Hot” only gets you so far

      • Tifygodess24 says:

        @betti that’s pretty harsh. Would you say that if a woman was suing for alimony? We don’t know the dynamic of their relationship and I find it hard to believe Megan is some crazy sought after actress who’s husband is holding her down considering how much she wasn’t doing before she got married. “Hot” only gets you so far

      • Tifygodess24 says:

        @betti that’s pretty harsh. Would you say that if a woman was suing for alimony? We don’t know the dynamic of their relationship and I find it hard to believe Megan is some crazy sought after actress who’s husband is holding her down considering how much she wasn’t doing before she got married. “Hot” only gets you so far

      • bettyrose says:

        Tifygoddess , alimony is a leftover relic from a sexist era when women had only marriage as an economic option. Without alimony, a divorced woman would be destitute. In 2015, an adult of either gender should get off their lazy rump and work. I sign off on criticism of alimony for either gender. (Note: child support is not alimony. Different subject altogether.)

      • Sienna says:

        Alimony exists for people like me. I gave up a successful career to have raise our two daughters, in the years that I have been at home my hubby has earned all the money. If my marriage were to end today (we are happy, so thankfully this is just a prediction), I would have to put my younger child in daycare and get a job. However I would be looking for a job with a resume that has been empty for almost a decade, I could never go back to the pay, or frankly, the hours I left behind. I would definitely expect financial help from my husband.

      • mimif says:

        Yeah I would be in the same boat, Sienna. I actually loathe the idea of that scenario because my resume would look like _____________________________________________________________________________________.

      • j.eyre says:

        Adding to Sienna and mimif on this one. Since I have actually been shopping my resume with the giant hole in it after 7 years to test the waters, I can tell you my prospects for getting anywhere close to my position/salary are bleak. Fortunately, I, too, am still in a solid marriage but divorce would crush me financially and it was a decision (knowing the outcome) for me not to work that we both made.

      • bettyrose says:

        Truthfully, I don’t mean any disrespect to those of you who’ve prioritized child-rearing, but again that’s why child support exists. Do you guys also feel that non-custodial parents or child-free divorcees should get alimony?

      • Wren says:

        @bettyrose: What if the marriage fails after the children are grown? What then? There would be no child support at that point, so what would the woman who sacrificed her career for 18+ years do then? (Or vice versa if the man stayed home?) While the roots of alimony are in the past, where women didn’t work after marriage, abolishing it isn’t a stand against the patriarchy or anything.

      • mimif says:

        @bettyrose, I for one wasn’t offended by your comment, it’s just your opinion. 🙂
        I don’t have kids either, btw. I quit my job back in 2009 because my fiancé’s lifelong occupation causes him to travel/move/be away from home for extended periods of time, and there’s no way I could work and keep up with him. He makes a shit load of money and he was/is very supportive of me basically devoting most of my time to all of his personal details, and flying off to see him at a moment’s notice. I would be totally screwed if we split up and we both know it, so yeah, in my instance I would want something (severance pay lol) if we split the sheets.
        I’d also like to add that I don’t feel kept by him whatsoever, I like the arrangement. I also like spending all of his money. 😉

      • bettyrose says:

        Mimif, fair enough. Honestly I’m envious. My career was on fire for awhile, but I’m not where I thought I’d be at this stage. At this point, I’m more focused on investing strategically to retire in 20 years since I’m jaded about the career ladder. Still, my partner has chosen to work for less than he’s worth because he prefers a low stress job. I’m fine with that and anticipate us being together forever, but if we ever did split I would hope a court wouldn’t award him palimony just because he chose to earn less than me.

      • j.eyre says:

        I understand your point (and took no offense at all,) @bettyrose, and you are right – it is a legal quagmire which ultimately would be viewed as placing more value on people with children than not if we break up the system and that is not fair. I knew what I was doing to my career when my last contract was up and we decided that I would stay home full time because I remember stay-at-home mothers’ resumes coming across my desk, so please understand that I am not a victim, I made a decision knowing the consequences. However, the reality of exactly how tortuous this is is being made glaringly obvious to me at present.
        Another spin, in my case, is that once I did decide to stay home to raise the kids, it became clear that that was not my forte and I was much happier working, so not only am I not earning my share, I am not even prioritizing child-rearing; I am being forced to stay home due to a work gap. This is apropos of nothing, just getting it off my chest.

      • bettyrose says:

        Wren, in a community property state both spouses are entitled to half the joint wealth/equity in a divorce, which includes retirement savings. As well as any additional legal agreements the couple has entered into to protect the lower earning spouse. Point being, those things aren’t alimony but do promote economic equity in a marriage.

      • Wren says:

        Don’t feel bad, j.eyre. My mom hated staying home too and really loved working, it didn’t make her a bad mom. She just retired (because she finally had to, she clung on as long as possible) and is feeling at a loose end.

      • Tate says:

        I returned to the work force last year after being a stay at home mom for 10 years. I completely understand the empty resume thing. Really hit me when I am putting down references from a decade ago.

    • Neah23 says:

      It seems like it’s more her lack of talent is the reason for her lack of upcoming projects.

      • Ronda says:

        Nonono, she would be the next Jennifer Lawrence in terms of Oscars and Box Office success. its just that her evil husband has locked her talent in the basement and wont allow it out. He even personally writes bad reviews to keep people from seeing her movies to keep her with him!

      • Jegede says:



        The irony is your tongue in cheek response, is not that far off from the new ‘narrative’.

      • LAK says:

        I can’t fault her for wanting to cash in on what she can. She’ll never be a character actress nor get an Oscar, so if she can make the money now, best of luck.

    • Lisa says:

      To women who think they will be financially compensated for taking time out of their career for whatever reason, you probably won’t be. Alimony is rarely granted and many states are passing laws to make sure it is never granted. Men generally see a significant financial boost after divorce, while women are much more likely to live in poverty and use up whatever assets they get in the divorce to survive over time. The only person who can compensate you is the man you are divorcing and that’s unlikely if you don’t get it in writing first.

      • Nikki says:

        My mother drummed it into all her daughters: never depend on a man to support you, because anything can happen, and you must be able to Su pport yourself and your kids. I took years off for child raising, partly because we literally
        Couldn’t afford child care for twins. My
        Income never caught up with my husband’s although we were in the same field, and his retirement income is much more than mine. I loved being with my kids, but I’ve drummed the same message into my daughters, and I told them if they can work part time at something, it can be easier career wise than not working for years..I know two women unhappy in their marriages who only stay because they’re afraid to be poor. ugh!

  5. Sabrine says:

    She has a grainy complexion close up. I wish her well though. Somebody’s got to put food on the table for those kids. I never thought her marriage would last even as long as it did.

    • Kassidy says:

      I believe he has been working as well. I know he was on a few tv shows over the past 3-4 years. He is bring in money but its not as much as she brings in starting in movies. The truth is they aren’t broke & no one is struggling to bring in the money.

  6. Dorky says:

    Everything I’ve seen on these two talks about how scary-controlling he was of her. And why would we blame her for trying to get work? That sounds like a responsible adult, to me. And now that she’s no longer under his thumb, it’ll be easier for her to do so.

    • Hautie says:

      Plus women (who are actors) in LA have a very short span of time… to do the high profile projects. Because once you hit 35… you might as well be 65. Megan has a handful of years to hustle for those big $$$ movies. And she knows it. Her manager knows it too.

      So if Megan wants to get money in the bank for her future. She needs to get out there and build herself a brand. So when she gets tired of the acting… she can move on to other interest. I have seen a few of her interviews. She comes off as a bright girl.

      And her kids are gorgeous. They both have amazing features and very pretty unique eyes… and look nothing like BAG.

      • NewWester says:

        I agree Megan needs to focus on making money for herself and her children. If that means working on television and putting the movie career on the back burner then so be it. There are many well written and popular television shows out there( Game of Thrones, House of Cards, etc) and many movie stars are now on television. As long as she stays away from reality TV, and picks the right projects she could do very well

    • Imo says:

      Actually I have always read this very same thing also. It is easy to laugh at her because she doesn’t have serious talent however that has nothing to do with her own autonomy and the fact that everyone deserves to succeed in whatever way they deem fulfilling. I’m afraid I always considered her to be a bit of an emotional or rather intellectual lightweight until I saw some of her interviews. She’s actually funny, interesting and has a quick wit. And although she got slammed for being ungrateful about the whole Transformers debacle with the director I still think she was right to speak up for herself as far as sexism and Hollywood is concerned. I wish her the best.

  7. snowflake says:

    I felt bad for her, after she opened her mouth about transformers? Michael bay? Really pretty girl whose big mouth kinbda ruined her opportunity. If she was a guy, she wouldn’t have been slammed so much. But she had the audacity to speak her mind, instead of being the good, passive bimbo she was hired to play.

    • bettyrose says:

      I agree that she was punished for not behaving like a passive bimbo, but if I understand correctly, she pissed off Spielberg with her Nazi comments (that presumably would’ve been just as offensive coming from a man), who in turn pushed Bay to fire her. I suspect that if Spielberg hadn’t been involved, Bay would’ve allowed Megan to demean herself for him to keep her job.

      • snowflake says:

        Oh I didn’t remember that!

      • mimif says:

        She was on a streak for a bit saying completely asinine things, reminiscent of Miles Teller. Some of them were true, but that whole biting the hand/s that feed you rarely works in anyone’s favor, male or female.

      • k says:

        Spielberg said that wasn’t true.

  8. BNA FN says:

    I know I’m photo assuming, but there is no chemistry showing in those photos. Megan looks she wants to be away from him, he looks wooden. Cute kid.

    Btw, no comment on KK thread. I want her to go away and have her baby. Will she stop with the coats in the summer. If she did not but all that gunk in her butt and breast she would not be feel more comfortable in her own skin while pregnant, instead of covering up her behind in the heat of summer.

  9. Shitler says:

    I feel like her time has passed. All the best to her

  10. Kate says:

    Eh, the fact that he pursued a teenager when he was over thirty kind of tells me everything I need to know about these two. And let’s be real, she did not exhibit the necessary traits to lead one to conclude that she was a particularly mature teenager. A 31-year-old sleeping with an 18-year-old is the definition of perverted and borderline abusive. And I’m fine with her people planting positive stories about her because the first thing he did after their separation was confirmed was plant a story in the DM and other outlets claiming she was “obsessed” with getting roles and essentially insinuating that she was being neglectful as a mother for choosing her career over her children. He started the smear campaign, really. I don’t think this helps her, though, necessarily. Some dinosaurs will still read it as “Woman wants career instead of being enslaved to her ovaries: Clearly, she’s an unnatural abomination against womanhood and doesn’t love her children. Stone her!” She needs to attend the Jennifer Garner School of Obsessive Image Fabrication and Divorce Management.

  11. Dena says:

    I wonder if it’s a combination of things:

    1. Finally growing up a bit, becoming more self-confidant and therefore no longer needing the protection of an older man or someone to hide behind in Hollywood.

    2. As a result of many factors, including those mentioned in #1 (also with her becoming a mother), the level of control exercised by BAG no longer felt comfortable to her. A dynamic like that doesn’t change overnight . After all, they have been rocking n rolling with that pattern for a long time.

    3. While things could change, her shelf life in Hollywood and name (work) recognition in Hollywoood is only so long if the rumors are true.

    I’m not a movie person so I don’t know her body of work & I only know that he was on 90210. So unless they have some outside long-term investments coming in I think trying to get on the tail end of the gravy train might be a good decision on her part.

  12. Kiddo says:

    I nave zero affection for either of these people. I don’t dislike them. I guess indifference would describe it, but also I’m a little perplexed how they are worthy of much attention.

    11 is like 20 in Hollywood dog years so I guess they had a long run.

  13. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Why don’t people talk about these things before they get married and/or have children? Maybe they did, but it seems like a conversation you might want to have – how do you intend to let motherhood affect your career or your career affect the amount of time you can spend with the kids, or whatever. I don’t think there’s a “right” choice, but it seems like one you should make together before you have children.

    • Snazzy says:

      She got together with him so young though … I wonder if she really knew her own mind, if you know what I mean

    • supposedtobeworking says:

      Even if the conversation is had before marriage, it doesn’t mean the variables or people don’t change after the marriage. Sometimes people’s expectations of each other change, or they learn a bit more of themselves when they are in a new situation. I know you know this, you contribute intelligently to the conversations always, so I am not being condescending. I think coming to terms with how we change is what makes transitions difficult and laborious, and maybe why we avoid making the changes for too long.

      My husband and I agreed that I would stay home after number 1. I panicked and demanded that he be okay with me going back to work if I wanted to. He kept saying ‘but we agreed …’. In the end, I wanted to stay home, but I needed to know it was okay to change my mind AFTER I got pregnant. I have another friend who thought she would be the best stay at home mom ever, and couldn’t wait. She hates it. It been 12 years since she worked and she is miserable. For financial reasons around childcare she needs to stay home until the youngest can come home alone. And another friend thought she would want to go back to work, and now doesn’t want to. It changes her family’s financial planning, but she’s not going back.
      Sometimes we don’t know how we will be in a situation until we’re there.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Yes, after I wrote that, I was thinking very much the same thing. I know several couples who agreed not to have children, then one or both of them changed their minds. So you’re right – it’s one thing to hypothetically agree on something and another to be in the same situation. I didn’t think that one through all the way.

        P.S. Love your name!

      • supposedtobeworking says:

        Thanks GNAT ; )

  14. pwal says:

    I seem to remember an old Lainey Blind about them, so I had to look it up. And while I realize that Lainey is on shaky ground with some, including me, there is something about this that somewhat lines up with the People statement.

    Opportunity knocks but the past also drags. She has much to look forward to, and big shoes to fill, but the work is steady and only getting steadier and being attached to highly anticipated projects never hurts either.

    Only slight problem… the man in her life isn’t exactly supportive. Part jealousy, part insecurity, and he knows how to hold her, even though she’d much rather, personally and professionally, be rid of the baggage.

    Unfortunately he is unscrupulously forcing her to love him by good old fashioned blackmail. Because somehow she found herself in a delicate situation not too long ago and decided not to join the 08/08/08 sweepstakes. When she took care of it without his blessing, he hit the roof, and threatened to go public. She and her management have placated him for now.

    But it’s the kind of scandal that would not sit well with the MiniVan Majority.

    And so she’s waiting it out. Waiting for the right time to cut him loose, while he keeps pressing to make their commitment more permanent.

    • Snazzy says:

      decided not to join the 08/08/08 sweepstakes ?

      What does that mean?

      • Nic919 says:

        Eight is a lucky number for the Chinese and people try to either get married on that date or aim to have a baby born on that date. Sounds like she got an abortion.

        I think it is good she got out of that mess. I don’t particularly like her or her movies but no woman deserves to have her life controlled like that.

      • Snazzy says:

        ahhh gotcha! Thanks!

  15. Ronda says:

    “I am divorcing because my spouse wants to spend time with me and expects i see the children every two months!” thats how that sounds.

  16. lisa2 says:

    As someone said above.. she was very very young when they first got together; over 15 years or more. She is a mother now and probably has grown to be more independent and outspoken. She is a different place and is not the “girl” she was when they first got together. Not surprising that it didn’t work in the long run. You have to be on the same page in life. Their kids are so cute.

  17. bettyrose says:

    I do sort of feel bad for Megan because she screwed up royally and wasted the best years for banking money on her looks alone. Pissing off Spielberg was the worst thing she could have done, even though I doubt she thought her moronic comments would even reach the ears of someone so powerful.

    But young marriage/children are weird life choices for someone wanting to capitalize on her sexual appeal. Wasn’t it theorized on this site that she had an abortion early in her romance with BAG and he used that to blackmail her into domesticity?
    I just have the sense that things went off the rails for her quickly when she was very young, and she’s been trapped in a life she didn’t want. So now she’s escaping. More power to her.

    • mimif says:

      Yeah I was kind of surprised that she got knocked up at the height of her fame, she seemed so thirsty at the time. I guess she’s not the first person to get married/have a child to revamp their image, but it definitely seemed out of character.

      • Jayna says:

        Her children are only 16 months apart. She said in an interview that neither pregnancy was planned. She seemed stressed in another interview after the first baby was born and being a first-time mother. I think having a second baby so close in time put tremendous strain on the relationship and changed their relationship when you add in career, who is carrying the financial burden, and does he help out, hormones out of whack with two pregnancies so close together.

      • KellyBee says:

        Hight of what fame? Meg has been in a slip for the last 6+ years and her oldest kid is only 2. You make sound like she got pregnant during the her Transformer years.

      • mimif says:

        Yeah sorry, I guess I don’t follow her or her career as closely as you do. I remember her still getting heavily papped about the time she got preggo, still getting magazine covers, mentions whatever.

  18. The Original Mia says:

    She may be work-oriented, but how is she in demand? There are a slew of actresses out there now that can fill the role she once did. It’s not as if she was in demand when she was younger. She just had the visibility of the Transformers’ role.

    • bettyrose says:

      Yeah, I feel like she missed her window, but maybe she could land the hot mom on a sitcom? Are sitcoms still a thing? She definitely has 20 years worth of hot mom in household products ads. Better than working at Wal-Mart.

    • Jayna says:

      She has an average career. She’s marginally talented, but beautiful. The whole Transformers fiasco was idiotic and makes you wonder what goes on in her mind. I remember reading all of her comments in that interview and I was flabbergasted that someone would be heading into filming saying such stuff. Of course, Spielberg fired her for some of her comments, but her enthusiasm on set in rehearsals sounded like she didn’t care anyway. It’s a paycheck.

  19. Jen says:

    FINALLY!!! I never did understand how that coupling held together. He’s been irrelevant since his 90210 days. Say what you want about her surgery, etc, she could have done wayyyyy better.

    • mimif says:

      I think he was pretty irrelevant in his 90210 days as well.

      • bettyrose says:

        IKR? I feel like we’re collectively forgetting that he played David Silver, the show’s running punchline. In later seasons he became a bit more integral to the plot, but of the 10 or so main characters, he was not the star.

  20. Ann says:

    He’s too old for her. Most younger women want out sooner or later when married to men 10+ years older.

  21. Brasileira says:

    “Megan is young and hot and sought after for work […] children and her husband’s expectations, which got in the way of work responsibilities […] Megan has always been career-oriented and noted because she was so beautiful […] Now she is being recognized for her talent, and […] she wants to pursue those options”.

    So, basically, her divorce filling was a work of comedy. If that’s the line of work she’s wiilling to follow, I’m ok with it. If, though, she took this statement seriously, girlfriend is in need of serious treatment.

    • KellyBee says:

      Yes this article is a work of fiction thought up by her PR team. To be recognised for her talen she would first have to have some to begin with.

      She looking vacant in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies.

  22. Elosaurus says:

    What the hell did I just read? That PEOPLE piece is so try hard and unnecessary. Whatever the reason for a divorce may be, I think they genuinely loved one another.

  23. Beah23 says:

    Kaiser you can’t compare Megan Fox to Nicole Kidmen it’s apple and oranges. First Nicole can act and already had a thriving career for Tom.

    I would say Megan trying to be like Katie Holams, now those to are on the same level both of them can’t act. Katie used her divorce to get work and she got a couple of movies that went no where and some makeup campaigns. I see Megan career posted divorce going the same way.

    • teatimeiscoming says:

      She’s on Ray Donovan, and while I’m not super fond of her performance, the character she plays is fairly interesting.

  24. DEB says:

    Talent, lol!! 😀

  25. angela says:

    “She was overwhelmed with the children and her husband’s expectations, which got in the way of work responsibilities,” Her children and husband GOT IN THE WAY…..well that’s one of the most selfish things I’ve heard in a long time….. I think more appropriate response would be her WORK got in the way of her Responsibilities to her FAMILY…. Children are not a convenient accessory ….. Woman up

  26. mollie says:

    Married far too young. Don’t blame either of them for this split, they did what they could. It takes a special couple to make it through all the ups and downs of life when you meet and get together that early.

  27. Bread and Circuses says:

    Oh my gosh–that’s her son in the last photo? That is the cutest little kid! What an awesome smile. 🙂