Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Jaime King’s Ex Kyle Newman Says She Emptied Bank Account in Divorce BattleCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Break-Up: Jaime King’s Ex Kyle Newman Says She Emptied Bank Account in Divorce Battle

By Nicole Maher

In the latest celebrity news, messy details about Jaime King and husband Kyle Newman’s divorce continue to surface. According to, the celebrity exes tried to finalize their divorce in early June of this year, but were unable to reach an agreement. King has now reportedly cleared the couple’s joint bank account and refused Newman access to their family home. 

In celebrity break-up news, some not-so-pleasant details are coming out about Jaime King and Kyle Newman’s divorce battle. What are some ways to keep you split amicable?

Cupid’s Advice:

Break-ups are always challenging, even if they are not happening in the celebrity spotlight. If you are looking for ways to keep your break-up as cordial as possible, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Be professional: Emotions run high during the process of breaking up, and may cause some people to act out of character. It is important to remain professional in the early stages of a break-up to prevent creating unnecessary conflict. Agreeing on dates for your ex to collect their belongings or return keys if you were living together is a good way to keep the break up harmonious. 

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2. Vent to a friend: The break-up is going to be one of the most prominent things on your mind during this time, and your feelings toward it could change daily. There may be times when you are upset or angry about the circumstances, and other times when you are relieved the relationship is over. Rather than confusing your ex partner, find a trusted friend that you can process your feelings with. 

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3. Consider everyone involved: Even though the break-up is taking place between you and your partner, there are often other people involved such as family members and friends. While it is important to prioritize yourself in these types of situations, it also may be necessary to consider the feelings of others. By taking into account how your break-up is affecting other people, you may be able to have clearer conversations with others involved and alleviate some unnecessary tension. 

What are some ways you have tried to keep a break-up amicable? Start a conversation in the comments below!