Dolphins star wide receiver Tyreek Hill and Keeta Vaccaro just tied the knot in November, but after a little less than three months of marriage, the couple is seemingly calling it quits, according court records.
The petition for dissolution of the marriage with no children was filed on Monday, with Hill’s attorney petitioning in Broward County court.
Hill, 29, and Vaccaro got married in Texas on Nov. 8 when the Dolphins were on a bye week after the pair had been engaged since July 2021.
Hill, in a bizarre twist, shot down reports of the divorce petition on X.
“I get on Twitter and see bs,” he wrote with a laughing emoji.
“Boy no the heck we didn’t so don’t put that in the air !!! We are happily married and gone stay that way,” he added in a subsequent post.
Hill also shared a photo of the two on his Instagram Story earlier Tuesday, and Vaccaro re-shared the post onto her feed.
Hill’s attorney told the Sun Sentinel that they did not have a comment when the outlet reached them by phone.
Hill spoke about his November wedding with reporters shortly after the ceremony.
“I was spending a lot of time with my kids, spending a lot of time with her, and the conversation just came up,” Hill told reporters after the nuptials. “I was like, ‘Babe, we’ve been engaged so long, are you ready to tie the knot?’ It kind of caught her off guard. She didn’t believe me because we’ve been engaged ever since 2021. It was like, ‘OK, let’s go do it.’ She was like, ‘Show me you’re for real.’ And we did it.
Despite the smile on Hill’s face immediately after he got married, things took a turbulent turn shortly after when the NFL star was hit with two paternity suits just over a month after he tied the knot, The Daily Mail reported.
Brittany Lackner, 30, and Kimberly Baker, 29, accused Hill of not adequately providing for the children he allegedly conceived with them.
The suits are asking for more than the $2,500 he is already paying in child support.
And, earlier this month, Hill’s Florida mansion caught fire after investigators found that a child was playing with a lighter in a bedroom of the home.
The fire left a gaping hole in the roof, and first responders needed 45 minutes to put the two-alarm blaze out.
Hill was not present at the time of the fire, but several of his family members were at the house when it occurred.