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Michelle Kwan Discovered that Her Husband was Filing for Divorce in Coldest Way

Professional figure skater Michelle Kwan garnered major attention from America with her nearly perfect routines at the 1998 Olympic games in Nagano.

She took home a silver medal in the individual women’s competition that year and would take a bronze four years later in Salt Lake City.

According to People, Kwan met a former lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard, Clay Pell, and the two were quickly smitten.

The two married in an emotional ceremony in 2013. Pell told People at the time:

“It was amazing from the very beginning how in sync our way of thinking is, our basic values and our sense of priorities. We just both got each other.”

But after five years of marriage, that romance seemed to have fizzled out.

In March, Pell filed for divorce from Kwan, citing “irreconcilable differences.” He released the following statement:

“It is with deep regret that I share that Michelle’s and my marriage is coming to an end. This is a sad and difficult turn of events for our family. I love Michelle, and wish her the very best as her life takes her in a new direction.”

But he didn’t let the figure skater down easy….

According to newly released court documents obtained by the Providence Journal, Kwan received news of the filing “without warning” – by reading about it on Twitter.

The court document read:

“Plaintiff initially learned that the Defendant had filed for divorce in California by means of a ‘Tweet’ on March 29, 2017 and shortly thereafter from the online copy of an article published in the New York Daily News.”

The “cold” delivery was shocking to Kwan and also social media. News of Pell’s method quickly spread through Twitter:

In response, Kwan filed for divorce the following day.

The two are still caught in a fierce legal battle over the split. Kwan has asked the court to order Pell to remove his possessions from their Newport home.