Emma Roberts and Garrett Hedlund – who share 1-year-old son, Rhodes – have formally cut up.
The couple broke up weeks in the past following a rocky few months of their relationship, sources have confirmed to People.
“It’s unhappy, and they’re attempting their greatest to co-parent. It’s been onerous,” an insider informed the publication.
The information comes three weeks after the couple celebrated child Rhodes’ first birthday, with Roberts taking to Instagram to commemorate the day.
“Comfortable Birthday Rodeo!,” she captioned a small gallery of photos from the toddler’s celebration. “Frosting in my hair and @thebeatbuds caught in my head. Cherished each second of it ❤️ I like you Rhodes ❤️.”
Roberts, 30, and Hedlund, 37, have been linked as a pair since March 2019, after they have been noticed holding arms in Los Angeles. The pair introduced the “Scream Queens” star’s being pregnant August 2020 earlier than welcoming child Rhodes December 2020.
“Thanks 2020 for getting one factor proper ☀️ Our brilliant mild Rhodes Robert Hedlund 🧡,” Roberts captioned her first Instagram snap of the new child.
Along with the cut up, Hedlund is at the moment being sued for negligence after allegedly inflicting a head-on collision attributable to nodding off on the wheel.
In courtroom docs obtained by E! News, Hedlund allegedly “handed out behind the wheel of his automobile and ran a strong red-light at a excessive charge of pace,” forcing him to crash into Marina Venegas and her daughter, Jennifer Castillo.
Venegas and Castillo declare Hedlund “knew he was ingesting to the purpose of extreme intoxication earlier than getting behind the wheel of his Jeep.”
The mother-daughter duo continued, “Hedlund had purple, bloodshot, and watery eyes with extraordinarily slurred speech and coordination and was so drunk that he was unresponsive to the police and witnesses; Hedlund was so inebriated he was unable to stroll and was compelled sit within the Jeep; and Hedlund had completed ingesting minutes previous to the accident.”
Hedlund was arrested on two DUI expenses in February 2020. He was arraigned the identical month and was launched after posting a $100,000 bond.
The “Triple Frontier” actor was sentenced to a 36-month probation and three days of group service for one of many counts. He was additionally required to enroll and full a nine-month first-offender alcohol and different drug training and counseling program, per the courtroom data.
The second cost was dismissed.