Now that Jonathan Rivera has reportedly signed divorce papers, ex-wife Fernanda Flores says that he's dead to her.
Rumors about their marriage and breakup -- including some wild, hurtful accusations -- have circulated about this couple.
Jonathan says that he is tired of hearing lies about himself, and wants to set the record straight.
Jonathan Rivera has heard what fans and followers have been whispering about him, and enough is enough.
"To set the record straight," Jonathan's comment begins. "I never cheated on her."
"I met my girlfirend months after our separation," he shares.
It was only in May that Jonathan revealed his girlfriend on social media as the two shared a sexy, romantic cruise.
"I never 'abused' her," Jonathan adds. "I never neglected her."
"I gave her everything I had," Jonathan writes.
"And," he continues, he "treated her with nothing but respect."
"I was patient," Jonathan insists. "But knew it had to end when she showed me who she really was."
Well, that is certainly ominous-sounding.
It is also intensely and frustratingly vague coming from someone who signed up to be a public figure and has no known NDAs in effect.
Jonathan makes it clear that he has heard enough rumors about how his marriage came to an end.
"I will no longer be responding to these outrageous allegations," Jonathan affirms.
Once again, for those in the back, he repeats: "I have officially signed the divorce papers."
He means that Fernanda is now out of his life, forever.
"I am happy," Jonathan concludes. "And moving on with my life."
Jonathan and Fernanda broke up in December of last year.
So much remains (frustratingly!) unclear about their split, but they had a bitter argument.
According to Jonathan, Fernanda said things to him that he didn't feel that he could ever unhear or that she could truly take back.
He also cited Fernanda's desire to live in a city, rather than in Lumberton, as a factor behind their marital friction.
It has been said on social media that it was "common knowledge" that he cheated on her, but Fernanda has never actually made that accusation.
Fernanda has said a lot of other things, however.
Just this week, and notably only after Jonathan had signed his divorce papers, she accused him of not being as wealthy as people assume.
She said that he owes more to the government than he makes.
Fernanda emphasized that she was not trying to defame or degrade her ex-husband, and that she took no pleasure in dragging his name through the mud.
Instead, she said that she was simply tired of being viewed as a gold digger and wanted to clear the air.
But she also said that he was dead to her. There's no love lost between these two. Not anymore.
Jonathan responded to Fernanda's posts by suggesting that he'd see her on his next vacation in Mexico.
He met her while on vacation in Mexico City, and it seems obvious that he was trying to imply that she would be deported.
However, as we have already reported, Fernanda posted a celebratory update about her legal residency back in April.
She even recommended an immigration attorney to others. So ... it's not clear if she'll actually leave the US any time soon.
For now, we're just a little disappointed in them both. Not for breaking up, but for not handling it as well as they might have.