Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo: A Marriage’s End
Television personality Rachel Lindsay, renowned for her appearance on Season 13 of “The Bachelorette,” finds her marriage to Bryan Abasolo, her husband of four years, reaching its conclusion.
Abasolo has initiated divorce proceedings in the Los Angeles Superior Court, as confirmed by a News-obtained copy of the filing. The petition cites irreconcilable differences as grounds for separation, with Abasolo seeking spousal support and coverage of his legal fees by Lindsay.
The couple’s journey began in 2017 when Lindsay was the central figure on the popular ABC reality show “The Bachelorette.” Their engagement unfolded during the show’s finale, culminating in a wedding ceremony in 2019.
News Report has made attempts to reach Lindsay’s representative for commentary, which, as of current records, remains unaddressed. Notably, the couple does not share any children.
Expressing his sentiments via Instagram, Abasolo wrote, “After more than 4 years of marriage, Rachel and I have made the difficult decision to part ways and start anew… sometimes loving yourself and your partner means you must let go.”
As of the present online records, Lindsay hasn’t responded to Abasolo’s divorce petition. Her recent Instagram post over the New Year’s weekend reflected on the challenges faced in the past year while emphasizing a focus on gratitude as they transition into 2024.
Beyond her “Bachelorette” fame, Lindsay continues her presence as a television personality and co-hosts the “Higher Learning” podcast alongside Van Lathan. Abasolo, on the other hand, practices as a chiropractor in Los Angeles, as detailed on his social media profiles.
This development marks a significant chapter for Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo, drawing attention not only from fans but also from those closely following their individual careers post-“The Bachelorette.”