TV personality Billy Bush and his wife, Sydney Davis, have chose to separate after two decades together. Marshall Grossman, lawyer for Billy “The Donald has scored!”
“After nearly 20 years of marriage, they have separated for the moment to evaluate their life together”, Bush’s spokesperson said in a statement to People and other outlets.
The rep goes ahead to state, “They cherish each other and their youngsters profoundly and are focused on a brilliant future”. Trump later called the conversation “locker room banter”.
Following its release, Bush was booted from his cushy and lucrative “Today” hosting gig and has failed to book another TV job, save “Dancing with the Stars”.
The couple, who have three children, are on a “short-term break”, Bush’s attorney told the New York Post.
Their split comes nearly a year after Bush, 45, went separate ways with the Today appear in the wake of his questionable, released 2005 discussion with Donald Trump, which became exposed in a Washington Post article distributed in October 2016.
Bush, 45, and Davis tied the knot in 1998 and share daughters Josephine, Mary and Lillie. When asked if anyone had reached out to him to express displeasure at the leaked conversation, Bush replied, “No. but I did have some frank conversations with people who said, ‘You have to understand the moment and that it was bad and why people reacted.’ My wife said that to me”.
He added: “Looking back on what was said on that bus, I wish I had changed the topic. I could’ve said, ‘Can you believe the ratings on whatever?’ But I didn’t have the strength of character to do it”.