Heidi Klum and Seal Announce Their Split
INSIDE EDITION has the details on Heidi Klum's divorce, and how some claim Seal's temper may have torn the couple apart.
Heidi Klum and Seal announced their split over the weekend and INSIDE EDITION has obtained footage that may shed light on went wrong in the marriage.
In the video, Seal ripped a camera out of a photographer's hand and threw it down an escalator. Although the incident occurred in 2007, it's shedding new light on reports that Klum couldn't take Seal's explosive temper any longer.
In 2009, Seal lashed out at fans who requested an autograph outside of an Italian restaurant in Hollywood. Prior to the incident, Klum seemed happy, even playful, after a romantic dinner with her husband.
Shortly thereafter, Seal lost his temper at photographers taking their picture. Klum looked like she was trying to calm her husband down but the situation escalated when photographers pointed out that the Project Runway host had become a much bigger star than her husband.
"Nobody would care if you weren't with her," a photographer yelled. His wife looked mortified.
It's a sad end for the glamorous couple who weren't shy about public displays of affection.
Michelle Tan, Senior Editor of People magazine, told INSIDE EDITION, "Everyone we've talked to who are close to Heidi and Seal are just shocked by the news. This is a couple we've also associated being lovey-dovey."
In a joint statement, the couple said: "After much soul-searching we have decided to separate. We have had the deepest respect for one another...but we have grown apart."
Now, the battle begins over their multi-million dollar fortune and four children. Though the couple still lives in their $13.4 million, 12-thousand square foot Brentwood mansion, that will reportedly change very soon.
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