Say it ain’t so! Tamar Braxton and Vincent Herbert en route to divorce court? Well, tongues are wagging and the rumor mill is hinting at marital discord with regards to the popular reality show pair. Fueling the separation rumors is the news that the couple are putting their massive Los Angeles County 12,402-square-foot mansion up for sale after only having lived in it for just a little more than a year, reports the Popular Critic.
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The pair, who star in their own We TV reality show, “Tamar & Vince,” have listed the sprawling estate for $7,595,000. They bought the faux-French château in September 2011 for $500,000 less than the current asking price.
Since the news hit that Tamar and Vince had put their home up for sale, rumors have swirled that the pair were going their separate ways after a three-year stint as husband and wife.
On the show, the couple is seen dealing with an issue that has seemingly placed a strain on their marriage: Vincent wants children and Tamar doesn’t at this point because she wants to focus on her singing career.
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It appears that Vincent’s urgency for offspring comes as a result of his near-death health issue a year ago, when he suffered a pulmonary embolism or blood clots in the lungs. The condition can be fatal, and in Vincent’s case, his health issue was the result of an inherited blood-clotting condition.
The show also depicts Tamar and Vince constantly at each other throats, bickering about small matters. Could there be more marital tension than meets the eye when the cameras shut down?
Of the rumors, one school of thought speculates that Vince and Tamar are indeed separating, while another theory suggests that they are downsizing because the house is just too much for the two of them.
Tamar has tweeted cutesy lovey dovey lines about her powerhouse record-producing hubster and also posted Instagram pics of them as a couple. The tweets and pics certainly aren’t indicative of trouble in paradise at the Braxton/Herbert home but then again….
Meanwhile, the mansion, which is in the upscale gated community of Hidden Hills, sits on 1.3 acres of land. The two-story home has five bedrooms and six full and two-and-a-half baths. It also features twin curved staircases, a large formal living room, a smaller library/study with custom paneling and fireplace, and a formal dining room with open beamed ceiling and adjoining wine cellar.