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The Hangover star Rob Riggle’s wife files for divorce after 21 years of marriage and wants joint custody of two kids

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THE Hangover star Rob Riggle’s wife has filed for divorce after 21 years of marriage.

According to TMZ, Tiffany Riggle has also asked the court for joint custody of their two kids.

Tiffany Riggle has filed for divorce from her husband Rob

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Tiffany Riggle has filed for divorce from her husband RobCredit: Getty Images – Getty

The outlet revealed that Tiffany filed legal documents in Ventura County court to part ways with the comedian, 50, as she cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason because the breakup.

The pair tied the knot in 1999, and the designer noted May 2, 2020, as the dated of the separation.

According to a report, Tiffany listed 'irreconcilable differences' as the reason behind the breakup

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According to a report, Tiffany listed ‘irreconcilable differences’ as the reason behind the breakupCredit: Getty Images
The pair have been married for 21 years and share two kids

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The pair have been married for 21 years and share two kidsCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Tiffany, who shares 16-year-old daughter Abigail and 12-year-old son George with the actor, also wants joint custody, according to TMZ.

The outlet is also reporting that Tiffany would like the car wash purchased in 2012 as a separate property.

Tiffany reportedly asked the court for joint custody of their children

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Tiffany reportedly asked the court for joint custody of their childrenCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Tiffany is a designer in Los Angeles

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Tiffany is a designer in Los AngelesCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Rob is best known for his comedic roles in such films like The Hangover and Step Brothers

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Rob is best known for his comedic roles in such films like The Hangover and Step BrothersCredit: Warner Bros.

She would also like such things as their two homes and numerous bank accounts to be considered as community property.

The Sun has reached out for comment.

Tiffany, the founder of design firm Tickled Crow, lives in Los Angeles, and in 2019 she touched on Rob’s comedy chops.

She told Sotheby in an interview: “I would always look at Rob and think how satisfying it must be to create something in your head, write it out, understand the characters, and all of a sudden, it’s on stage or in front of a camera.”

Aside from The Hangover, Rob is best known for stealing scenes in such films as Step Brothers, The Other Guys, and 21 Jump Street.

He was on Saturday Night Live from 2004 to 2005 and a correspondent on The Daily Show from 2006 to 2008.

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