Brittany Snow, Tyler Stanaland Split After 2 Years of Marriage

Brittany Snow and Tyler Stanaland Split After 2 Years of Marriage

Brittany Snow, Tyler Stanaland
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Brittany SnowThe husband Tyler StanalandAfter two years of marriage, they have separated.

“After time and consideration, Britt and I have made the difficult decision to separate. This decision was made with love and mutual respect for one another,” he began on Wednesday, September 13, via Instagram. “We have realized we need to take some time and make sure we are each living our most fulfilling and authentic lives. We began this journey as best friends. Our relationship with Charlie will always be a priority, and it will continue to be so for Charlie. We sincerely appreciate your support and ask for privacy as we navigate this new chapter.”

Snow, 36, began dating in the Selling the OCstar, 33 in 2018. The couple got married in March 2020.

News of their split comes one after the pair’s relationship made headlines when Stanaland confessed that his costar Kayla CardonaMultiple times, made a move on him.

“One night, Kayla did try kiss me. And then it happened another night as well,” the Oppenheim Group realtor revealed on the “Reality Life with Kate Casey” podcast in August, explaining why he tried to “brush past” Cardona’s attempts to get closer to him on the series. “On the show, out of respect for her, I am just kind of trying to minimize it and brush past it so that … there isn’t drama. We can all focus on what we should be doing.”

The realtor noted that he had to “set some hard lines and some boundaries” with Cardona, confirming that “nothing happened” between them. “It was just … something that, you know, you don’t do to somebody who is married,” he continued.

Stanaland went on to explain that he and his castmates — specifically naming Alex Hall, Polly Brindle and Austin Victoria — are “all really tight friends,” noting that there was a mutual “respect” that “no lines will ever be crossed.”

“Most of us are married or dating somebody, so there is kind of a set boundary there,” he shared. “That’s kind of what was upsetting about the whole Kayla thing is that line was crossed, or attempted to be crossed.”

Cardona, for her portion, apologized during the sixth episode. Stanaland explained. Kate Casey that it didn’t affect his marriage to Snow. “My wife and I are very strong. We communicate. And there’s no issue between us,” he stated.

Although speaking only with Us WeeklyIn August, Netflix’s Netflix star opened up more about the situation, claiming, “The Situation is a matter of public record.” Pitch PerfectStar tuned in

“She watched it. I mean, she thought — like everybody else did — it’s entertaining. It’s a lot, but it’s good,” he shared at the time, noting that the spouses “keep our professional lives separate.”

He continued: “And that was kind of a decision that we made long ago, and this was something that I did for myself and I kind of just wanted to keep it that way.”

Cardona, for her portion, confirmed to UseStanaland denied that anything had happened, but she insists that Stanaland was flirty.

“I’m not gonna flirt with someone if I don’t feel like I’m getting flirt[ed]With the back. If I know that someone is definitely not interested — I have a lot more confidence in myself than to just throw myself at someone for no reason,” she exclusively told UseAugust. “I was definitely feeling the reciprocation back and, you know, multiple times. But nothing has ever happened.”

The single mom added that everyone at the agency was “flirting with everyone” during the “drunken night” out. “We’re all very strong personalities. We all flirt with each other,” she said.

Although Snow did not appear on the show, their marriage came up a few times, including when Stanaland ranked his favorite pastime — surfing — above their relationship.

“This is a funny thing. This is such a foot-in-mouth situation, and it was meant to be a joke,” he told UseThe remark. “But no, she knows how much I love surfing, but she knows how much I care about her, my family. She wasn’t mad, but she was like, ‘You would say that.’”