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    Chelsea Lazkani has shared a poignant quote about healing "from hurt" and facing "chaos" amid her marital split

    The 'Selling Sunset' star filed for divorce last month, and Icon Media Group managing director Jeff Lazkani, 40, later filed his response to her petition, noting he also wants to end their marriage, citing irreconcilable differences, whilst also alleging she was "physically aggressive" during their time together.


    Chelsea, 31, has just shared a note about not having any regrets in life and having to deal with the frenzy before finding peace.

    The quote posted to Instagram read: "One thing l've learned.. life is a paradox. In order to heal you must hurt, in order to love you must break open and in order to have peace you must face chaos.

    "Never regret any experience in your life, because it is always meant to bring you balance.

    "The light always follows."

    Several of her 'Selling Sunset' co-stars have shown their support.

    Chrishell Stause wrote in the comments: "Every crown needs a bit of adjusting at times, but yours will never fall. You are a queen and no one can dim that light beauty."

    Maya Vander, who quit the show, added: "Take one day at a time."

    In a written declaration filed with the court last week, the 40-year-old advertising boss accused Chelsea - who he married seven years ago and with whom he has children Maddox, five, and three-year-old Melia - of "exhibiting suspicious behaviour" and claimed "personal belongings" have disappeared or were taken from their California home after the reality star filed for divorce, including a scarf "left to him" by a late family matriarch, his father's hat, and a spare key to his car. He claimed Chelsea confessed to moving his Rolex watch after he was unable to find it and accused her of "sneaking around" the property.

    He also alleged she had "struck" him in the face "in an aggressive manner, breaking his glasses and causing a small cut on the side of his face."

    Jeff claimed he only found out about the divorce via a text message from TMZ, leaving him "stunned", and later discovered Chelsea had allegedly opened a new bank account around the time she filed papers.

    After being told the news, he immediately texted Chelsea but she didn't respond, and the same day, her brother began staying at their home without Jeff having been told.

    He hasn't made any requests concerning child support and believes he and Chelsea should cover their own attorney's fees.

    Jeff doesn't want spousal support to be awarded on either side and though he needs to sort out his own assets and debts acquired before their marriage and after their separation, he ultimately wants them to be separated from Chelsea.

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