Griffin hitched up with Nia Rivers back in September of last year, and the couple made it official at a Vegas chapel. One month later, both Griffin and Rivers were filing a joint divorce petition that cited the classic “irreconcilable differences.”
The comedian first married at age 15, then divorced a year later. Griffin tried his hand at marital bliss again in 2002 but wound up divorcing. Griffin’s most-recent breakup gives him a three-strikes-you’re-out average as far as marriage goes.
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Apparently Griffin did try to give his union another try after the couple split the first time, which wound up being a lost cause, according to TMZ.
In court documents that were obtained by the website, both Griffin and Rivers agree that they are incompatible on all levels. Still, they do remain friendly and plan on co-parenting their 2-year-old child, King Edward Griffin, jointly. The 43-year-old’s latest child actually makes baby No. 9 for him.
Rivers will reportedly receive $2,500 a month in child support for the couple’s son. Another stipulation in the divorce papers clearly notes that neither Rivers nor Griffin are allowed to disclose any tidbit about their relationship in any shape, form, or fashion.