Tayshia Adams is among the contestants on The Bachelor 2019 and he or she has been reported to be one of many front-runners. However, if she will get engaged to Bachelor Colton Underwood, it received’t be her first journey down the aisle. Previous to being a contestant on the present, Adams was married to a person named Josh Bourelle.
On episode four of The Bachelor this season, Adams opens up about her marriage to her ex-husband, as ABC beforehand reported that on this episode, “Tayshia nonetheless has one other hurdle to leap. She feels it’s time to speak in confidence to Colton about her previous conjugal relationship. Will her candor deepen his ardor for her or intimidate him?”
In keeping with Unicourt, Bourelle filed for divorce on October 11, 2017 and the ex-couple was divorced in lower than a yr. Canoe reported that Bourelle and Adams have been solely married for one yr and 6 months, citing irreconcilable variations because the trigger for the break up. Bourelle reportedly first requested spousal help be paid to Adams, however in the end, they every waived the fitting for spousal help.
Canoe additionally reported that, “Tayshia agreed to return his nice grandmother’s diamond … Joshua agreed to pay Tayshia a tax-fee equalization fee of $13,000. Tayshia was awarded all private property, clothes, jewellery, furnishings, furnishings and home equipment now in her possession, together with her armoire, dishes, glassware and Kitchen Support. She was additionally awarded her Chase checking accounts within the quantities of $5,205 and $509, and her Chase financial savings accounts within the quantities of $2,248 and $1,024.” However, Adams additionally reportedly had some money owed she was accountable, together with “paying off her Orange County Credit score Union auto mortgage for $27,236, her pupil mortgage for $80,139 and $8,059 in bank card payments.”