The comedian and wife Nia Rivers wed at a Las Vegas chapel in September. Just one month later, the couple filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.
The couple tried to reconcile a month later to no avail. A judge finalized their amicable divorce in February, with the pair agreeing to joint custody of their two-year-old son, King Edward Griffin. The judge also ordered Griffin to pay Rivers $2,500 in monthly child support.