Shahs of Sunset Stars GG, Shalom to Divorce After a Whole Month of Marriage

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Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi's shocking (sort of) announcement that she wants to end her marriage after a month has rattled her co-stars.

The Shahs of Sunset star appeared to announce that she's peacing out of holy matrimony with this parting shot on Instagram Thursday:

GG Breakup Pic

"Truth is," she wrote in her caption, "a lot of people will attempt to break us in life... but it's up to you to decide who's worth the pain."

Truer words have never been spoken.

It would appear that Shalom, to whom GG got engaged in Times Square and wed on January 25, was not worth it in the end in her mind.

Lest you think we're reading into this too much, the reality star's rep, Steve Honig, confirmed the split in a statement to E! News.

Honig said Thursday that "during the past few weeks, certain facts have come to GG's attention" that changed her outlook 180 degrees.

These are revelations "that have made her realize her marriage can no longer continue, and, in fact, should never have happened."

GG and Shalom

Shalom has not commented as of press time.

Her co-stars, however, are speaking out.

"I feel for both of them," Shahs of Sunset star Mike Shouhed told E! News exclusively. "My enormous regards go out to both."

"I hope they find peace. I love them both."

"They seemed so happy together," Mike added, saying that despite red flags, he didn't see it coming. "This is a shock to me."

"It's been a new relationship with a lot of ups and downs," another cast member, MJ Javid, added, and MJ is totally Team GG.

"You're going to see me question his sincerity."

Golnesa "GG" Gharachedaghi Engagement Ring

"And I think GG just really wanted to be with someone. It definitely happened way too fast. That said I wish them the best," he said.

"Hopefully, everything will work out."

GG's breakup news was just as surprising as GG's marriage, which took place in January but she just announced on Valentine's Da.

In an Instagram post, she confirmed that she and Shalom had tied the knot on the spur of the moment, a month after they got engaged.

"We clearly weren't dressed for it and I couldn't stop laughing from shock," she said at the time. But f--k it...we're not like ordinary people."

That is certainly the case.

Here's wishing them the best as they pick up the pieces from this relationship, and hoping this serves as a cautionary tale to others.

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