‘Fast & Furious’ star Jordana Brewster Files for Divorce from husband Andrew Form
Last Modified: Jul 8, 2020
About a month after the rumors surfaced that Fast & Furious star Jordana Brewster and split from her husband Andrew Form, she has officially filed for divorce.
According to The Blast, Brewster had filed a divorce from her husband on Wednesday. They had been married for the last 13 years. The former couple reportedly "quietly separated" earlier this year but the news only made headlines in early June.
According to the outlet, The People, Brewster, and Form had split in June and was an "amicable" one. They do, however, plan to co-parent their two sons- 4-year-old Rowan and 6-year-old Julian. “They have the utmost respect for each other," a source told PEOPLE. "They remain committed to lovingly co-parent their two children as a team."
Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form met on the set of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning in 2005, in which she had starred and he had directed. On their anniversary Form had proposed to Brewster with a 3.2-carat emerald-cut diamond and platinum ring and married on May 6, 2007, in a private ceremony held on Nevis Island, Caribbean Sea.
Prior to the wedding, Brewster spoke to InStyle Weddings about their secret relationship, “We started dating in secret – you know, hanging out in my trailer – because it would have been unprofessional otherwise," she said. "But every day, Andrew wore these work boots to the set, and if I was lying down in the shot or there was equipment in the way, I'd look for his shoes. It was comfortable just to know he was nearby."
The inseparable couple soon traveled to the Bahamas after The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning wrapped up and moved into the director's home in the Hollywood Hills. Opening about their rapid progression of the relationship, she had shared, “I was always the girl who said I'd never move in with someone before I got married, and then I just did it. I'm the biggest hypocrite ever! I had been dating him for only a little over a month, but I never went back to living in my apartment."