Another reality TV couple has called it quits!
Shahs of Sunset star Jessica Parido has filed for divorce from her husband Mike Shouhed almost eight months after saying "I Do."
According to court documents obtained by E! News, Parido cited irreconcilable differences for the split. She also lists August 1 as the date of separation.
"Two years ago, before they were married, Mike made a terrible mistake and cheated on Jessica. She recently discovered a text message and he came completely clean to her," his rep told E! News exclusively. "He feels so terrible. Jessica is the most amazing woman in the world."
The reality star's rep added, "He's begged for her back on hands and knees. He's offered his heartfelt apology to her. He loves Jessica and always will."
In an interview with InTouch, who first broke the news, Parido claimed that she found "endless" texts with different women that Shouhed was allegedly intimate with. When asked about the messages, Shouhed's answer didn't please his wife.
"When I confronted him, he denied it and tried to make me feel like I was crazy, all the while erasing the messages off iCloud," she told the publication. "Now divorce is my only option. I need to start putting my life back together."
A source confirms to E! News that Parido has moved out of the couple's home.
For several seasons, fans of Shahs of Sunset have witnessed the pair's special relationship. In fact, cameras rolled as Shouhed popped the big question in June 2014 after a skydiving outing.
As filming continues for a brand-new season, however, viewers could expect to see some problems between the two.
"They've been having issues," a source told E! News. "Their struggle will be chronicled on the show's upcoming fifth season, which will air this spring."
The couple said "I Do" in front of co-stars including Reza Farahan and Asa Soltan back in March 2015. At the time, Shouhed described the wedding as "everything I wanted and more…It was a Jewish ceremony. Jessica's fully converted and we're going to have a Jewish family."
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—Reporting by Baker Machado and Beth Sobol