Feb 7, 2014, 4:42 PM EDT
Good abs may light a fire early in a relationship, but for a true love to last the test of time — like, say, longer than TWO WEEKS — there needs to be a deeper connection, a relationship not based on one partner’s hefty bank account for example.
Philadelphia Eagles fans know that a relationship with Terrell Owens can have incredible highs, but also ugly lows. So it’s not exactly surprising to hear that Owens’ new wife Rachel Snider is apparently demanding a divorce after only two weeks of wedded non-bliss!
This … all … according … to … TMZ … who says that Rachel has took off already:
Rachel tells TMZ Sports … she believes Terrell only married her for money — and claims he used her so he could get a loan for a $2 million home in Sherman Oaks, CA.
“I felt in love … and now I feel betrayed and heartbroken,” Snider says.
You’d think something over that initial five year period of time would have hinted her off to whatever irreparable damage was done in the last two weeks.
Once again, Terrell is left without a ring.
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