Josh Brolin and Diane Lane have finalized their divorce.
The couple was introduced by Brolin’s stepmother, Barbara Streisand, in 2002, and became engaged in July 2003. They were married on August 15, 2004. In December of that year, Lane called police after an altercation with Brolin, and he was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery. Lane declined to press charges, and the couple’s spokesperson called the incident a misunderstanding.
Lane filed for divorce in February, citing irreconcilable differences. Although court documents listed the official date of separation as February 13, sources close to the couple said Lane and Brolin had been separated for several months.
According to TMZ, documents were filed on November 27 in Los Angeles County Superior Court stating that 45-year-old Brolin and 48-year-old Lane have a private financial agreement. Lane — who legally went by Diane Lane Brolin while the couple were married — will not seek spousal support, but will legally change her name back to Diane Lane. The couple have no children together.
This was the second marriage for both parties. Diane Lane was married to Christopher Lambert from 1988 until 1994. They have a daughter, Eleanor Jasmine.
Josh Brolin was married to Alice Adair from 1988 to 1994, and they have two children, Trevor Mansur and Eden. Brolin was engaged to Minnie Drive for six months in 2001, but the couple ended their three-year relationship in October of that year. A publicist for Driver said the actors’ careers “were taking them in different directions.”
Last month, Brolin checked into a rehab facility in northern California to treat his substance abuse. Earlier in November, Brolin got into a drunken brawl at a O’Brien’s Irish Pub in Santa Monica just after the bar closed. That same weekend, he was recorded having a verbal altercation with a cab driver at a Los Angeles Del Taco drive thru. Brolin said he was “completely done” with drinking after the incidents.