After nearly three years of marriage, John Cena filed for divorce from his wife, Elizabeth Huberdeau, on May 1, 2012. Their divorce played out in the media as an all-out war before the two amicably settled two months later.
According to sources close to the situation, the WWE Superstar and Huberdeau agreed to bury the hatchet, a report by TMZ.com revealed on July 18, 2012.
Huberdeau was allegedly blindsided by Cena’s decision get a divorce. He claimed his marriage to his high school sweetheart was “irretrievably broken.” Huberdeau didn’t take the news well as she challenged their prenuptial agreement, which was described by TMZ.com as “crippling,” by saying Cena had been messing around with other women behind her back.
But the weeks after being hit with divorce papers must have been enough for Huberdeau’s shock to wear off. Raymond Rafool, her attorney, explained to TMZ.com that the couple were able to work everything out privately, saying, “All matters [in the divorce] have been settled and resolved amicably.”
All terms of the settlement have been kept confidential. Cena’s representatives did not publicly comment on the matter.