Hook Ups & Break Ups

​Star ‘homeless’ amid shock split ​

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January 11, 2024 at 18:20

Days after his estranged wife filed for divorce, Aquaman star Jason Momoa has revealed he lives on the road and doesn’t “have a home right now”.

Jason Momoa is sharing what life is like after his divorce from Lisa Bonet.

“Bro, I don’t even have a home right now,” he confessed to Entertainment Tonight, as per Fox News.

“I live on the road. So, I’m down to New Zealand to start Minecraft. I hope everyone loves it.”

Momoa spoke to the outlet about his new project, On The Roam, a series that shows him travelling across the country to speak to a wide variety of individuals about their passions.

The Aquaman star can be seen travelling the country on a motorcycle while visiting craftsmen in workshops as he’s “on his quest for inspiration” in the docuseries.
 

Jason Momoa has revealed he currently doesn’t have a home and lives on the road. Picture: Chris Hyde/Getty Images
Jason Momoa has revealed he currently doesn’t have a home and lives on the road. Picture: Chris Hyde/Getty Images


“I’m always in these weird places,” he continued. “You’re gonna find me on the road. It happens all the time. They’re like, ‘What the hell are you doing in our hometown?’”

While Momoa navigates a new journey and gets hands-on experience in craftsmanship, he said he enjoys bonding with the creators. 

“These are the things I really want to do, and hopefully by doing that and creating something and passing it on to charity,” he added. “I’m like, ‘Wow, this feels good.’ I’m doing what I want to do.”

“It’s very much my passion for handcrafted artisans,” he concluded. “The things that I truly love, wanting to honour the people who inspire me, and then wanting to make stuff that’s really cool for charity, so that they can, you know, bring all this kind of attention to these artisans …”

Momoa’s latest project comes after he and his ex-wife Bonet filed for divorce
 

Lisa Bonet filed for divorce earlier this week, two years after they announced their separation. Picture: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
Lisa Bonet filed for divorce earlier this week, two years after they announced their separation. Picture: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images


Bonet filed the divorce petition Monday, and the judgment was filed Tuesday, according to documents obtained by Fox News.

The former couple agreed to joint legal and physical custody of their two children, daughter Lola, 16, and son Nakoa-Wolf, 15. Bonet and Momoa agreed to “share the living expenses” of the minor kids and will not pay child support to one another, the court docs stated.

Momoa and Bonet “forever” waive their right to “seek or receive” spousal support.
 

The couple began dating in 2005 but did not marry until 2017. Picture: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images/AFP
The couple began dating in 2005 but did not marry until 2017. Picture: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images/AFP


“Such waiver of support is permanent and final and no court anywhere ever shall have the power or jurisdiction to award spousal support in favour of either party,” according to the court docs. 

“Neither Petitioner nor Respondent shall ever be entitled to an order from any court for spousal support, regardless of any future change of circumstances relating to their respective health or financial condition.”

Despite the entered judgment, Bonet and Momoa will not be declared legally single until July 9 due to California law.

Momoa and Bonet met and began dating in 2005 but did not marry until 2017.

While the court documents list the former couple’s date of separation as October 2020, Momoa and Bonet didn’t share the news of their separation until 2022.

The couple’s marriage was Momoa’s first, but Bonet was previously married to Lenny Kravitz. The two share a daughter, actress Zoë Kravitz.

This article originally appeared in Fox News and was reproduced with permission

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