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Dominique Geisendorff And Cam Gigandet Filed For Divorce After 13 Years Of Marriage

Dominique Geisendorff

Dominique, 37, filed for divorce on Monday, August 1, claiming irreconcilable differences as the cause of the breakup. The court filings state that the separation occurred on May 1. Dominique is also seeking spousal support and has asked the court to stop Cam, 39, from requesting financial assistance from her. Dominique has also sought legal custody and shared custody of their three children.

It should be noted that Cam and Dominique do not seem to be following each other on social media. She has also eliminated everything relating to her ex-husband, with the exception of two family photos in which they are standing with their children in winter gear and in front of a Christmas tree.

Everything about Cam Gigandet & Dominique Geisendorff Relationship

Dominique Nicole Geisendorff was born on November 1, 1984, in New Orleans, Louisiana, and worked as a waitress before becoming an actor. She had an appearance in the 2007 film Beneath the Surface. She rose to prominence as Cam Gigandet’s wife. Her net worth is reported to be in the $3 million range. Her principal source of income has been her employment as an actor.

Dominique Geisendorff

Cam and Dominique married in 2008 after dating for two years. Everleigh Ray, their first child, was born in April 2009. Armie Heartly, their second daughter, was born in November 2015, and Rekker Radley, their boy, was born in January 2013. Dominique said on Facebook in 2018 that she and Cam never observed Valentine’s Day or their anniversary. At the time, she wrote,

“I believe the fact that we’ve never celebrated Valentine’s Day (or even an anniversary) is the key to me loving you more every year…” So I’ll continue to adore and treat you the same way I do every day. With all I have. Unless you made arrangements for tonight… or purchased me something, I need to go an errand right now.”

Dominique Geisendorff

All About Cam Gigandet

Cam Gigandet began his career in 2003 as a guest performer on the CBS crime drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. He went on to feature in programs such as The Young and the Restless, Jack and Bobby, and The O.C. Gigandet rose to prominence after appearing in the 2007 action drama film Never Back Down, and he was cast as James in the Twilight trilogy. He later starred in The Unborn, a 2008 horror film, and Pandorum, a 2009 science fiction thriller. Cam has also appeared in The Roommate, Easy A, The Experiment, Burlesque, Trespass, and Priest. He was most recently seen in Michael B. Jordan’s Without Remorse.