After a brutal court process that started back in 2016, Hollywood actress Tichina Arnold, known for her roles in Martin, Everybody Hates Chris, and Survivor's Remorse has finally divorced her husband, Toronto Raptors assistant coach, Rico Hines, following a long and brutal process that started back in 2016.
The first time Arnold announced she was divorcing her husband was in 2016 when a video surfaced showing Hines having sex with another woman. It has been repeatedly denied by Hines and his lawyer that they could comment on Arnold's allegations; however, they acknowledged that the matter was private and deeply personal for them.
Arnold's divorce was officially finalized on July 15, when a judge approved it. According to the divorce decree, the couple had been married for three and a half years when they separated in 2016.
It is worth mentioning that neither of them has children, and both have waived their rights to receive spousal support. The documents indicate that both parties will keep their clothing, jewelry, and bank accounts, according to the agreement.
Since her breakthrough role on Martin in the mid-1990s, Arnold has maintained a busy schedule. A major role in 2019's The Last Black Man in San Francisco, as well as a role in The Neighborhood's fifth season, were both played by her in the role of Tina Butler.
An upcoming family film focused on race and equality, Wonder London, will feature her as the lead. The fans of Arnold are very excited to find out what Arnold has in store for us now that she is officially a free woman.