Josh Brolin, Diane Lane: It’s over


Not too much of a shocker but...Josh Brolin and Diane Lane are splitting, Us Weekly reports.

Their reps confirmed the news to UsWeekly.

The two actors were wed for eight years. She’s 48, he’s 45. They have no kids, though Brolin has two children with his ex wife, actress Alice Adair.

Apparently, the ex pair ended things a few months back and no longer live together.

Lane’s ex husband is Christopher Lambert (1988 to 1994). They have a daughter.

In 2004, when they were just newlyweds, Brolin was arrested in their Los Angeles home after Lane told cops he had hit her.

Brolin was charged with spousal battery and released after posting $20,000 bail.

“There was a misunderstanding at their home,” their rep told The New York Daily News at the time.

Lane never pressed charges.

Brolin, currently starring in “Gangster Squad,” was arrested again in 2008 after a drunken brawl in Louisiana, and New Year’s Eve a few weeks back for public intoxication in Santa Monica, Calif. He later told Matt Lauer he was just having too much fun.

Wonder what his stepmom Barbra Streisand has to say about all this.

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