After two years together, Mia Khalifa announced that she's splitting from her husband, Robert Sandberg. She took the announcement on her social media and penned a heartfelt message of how they've tried their best before moving on, each in their separate ways.
The 28-year-old influencer who used to work as a pornstar was engaged to Robert in March 2019. Robert popped the question, and they agreed to be finally married on June 10, 2019. They had plans for their wedding party for 2020, but the pandemic unexpectedly caused them to postpone the plans.
Is this yet another couple breaking up due to the sudden change of the situation?
The Lebanese-American sports broadcaster shares that she and Robert "gave it all" to keep their marriage for a year, hinting that the crack has been forming since around the time when their wedding had to be postponed.
Mia wrote, "We are walking away knowing we have a friend in each other, and that we truly tried."
"We will always love and respect each other because we know that not one isolated incident caused our split."
She explains that they won't be blaming each other because the cause was "a culmination of unresolvable, fundamental differences."
"We are closing this chapter with no regrets and both starting our own, separately, but connected through incredible family, friends, and our love for our dogs," she continued.
"This has been long overdue, but we are glad we took our time and gave it our all and can walk away saying we tried our absolute hardest."
Mia has also opened up that the three-month fame she received after the r18 tape of hers went viral was the worst of her life.
She is fighting to gain rights over videos of her that circulated on the internet in 2011.
She told Alexandra Cooper in 'Call Her Daddy' podcast, "I refused to acknowledge that I did it."
Mia explains that she pretended like it never happened for three years and never talked about it. She also forbids any interview to bring up questions about that period of her life. But she found help, "It wasn't until therapy that I realized how detrimental that is."