The star of Chicago Cubs, Ben Zubrist, has reportedly filed a legal farewell from his wife, Liana, on the grounds that she is "guilty of inappropriate husband behavior."
Zubrist, 37, filed a request for segregation earlier this week in Tennessee and a few days after announcing that he was taking leave of the crew, Tensian reported on Wednesday.
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The global MVP group wanted to enter into a "marriage dissolution agreement and a permanent parenting plan," or a judge ordering them to break up legally, the newspaper reported.
Zubrist's wife, Jillana, filed today the divorce suit in Cook County, Ill. According to reports, Liana noted "uncompromising differences."
Liana Zubrist is a professional singer. She has sung the national anthem in several previous Cubs games and performed "God Bless America" before playing a world series at Wrigley Field, according to The Sun Times.
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Cubs officials told the Sun it was not clear when Zubrist would return.