- Sarah Langa is officially in the process of finalising a divorce from her millionaire husband, Jehan Mackay
- Jehan served Sarah with divorce papers in January
- Sarah already moved out of their matrimonial home in December upon Jehan's request
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In a total shocker, it's been revealed that influencer Sarah Langa and her entrepreneur husband, Jehan Mackay, are divorcing.
They've been married for only two years and ten months.
Sunday World reported that Jehan moved out of their matrimonial home in Bryanston, Johannesburg in September of last year.
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He gave Sarah until December to pack her things and leave, to which she complied.
Jehan subsequently served the beauty with divorce papers in January.
A source close to the couple said the split was caused by Sarah's obsession with social media.
The source said, “He is a very private person and didn’t want his private life posted on social media. She was also not the glamorous person she is now when they met."
Jehan even called a family meeting about the issue, but it didn't get better.
The ex-couple also attended counselling for four months to no avail.
Although Sarah has moved out of their former shared home, the source said the influencer still has the keys and has a tendency to drop by whenever she feels like it.
The source added that Jehan is not entertaining any hope of reconciliation and may have already moved on with somebody new.
Other reasons for Jean seeking a divorce, as listed in the summons, are constant disharmony and lack of proper communication.
The summons stated, “The marriage relationship between the parties has reached such a state of disintegration that there is no reasonable prospect of their marriage being restored and their marriage has accordingly irretrievably broken down in that the parties are incompatible and share no common interests."
“The plaintiff left the matrimonial home at the end of September 2019 since which time the parties have lived apart. The plaintiff no longer has any interest in the marriage relationship or its continuation."
Sarah and Jehan's prenuptial agreement entitles Sarah to R1 million for each year they were married, which means she will get a little over R2.8 million.
The summons stated, “In the premises and by virtue of the provisions of the ante nuptial contract, the plaintiff shall pay to the defendant the amount of R2,833,33.00 calculated from December 16 to 30 September 2019 [two years and 10 months], which amount shall be paid by him within six months of the grant of the decree of divorce."
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