It’s over between Noi Phommasak and Steve Moy.
And it’s also become very ugly.
The Married at First Sight cast members announced their split on their individual social media accounts on July 10, more than a month after Season 14 of the reality dating show wrapped up.
On the finale, Phommasak and Moy got marrriedd.
“Divorce feels good,” Noi simply wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of herself on a surfboard.
On her Instagram Story, the 33-year old added:
“Take back your narrative (even when your voice shakes).”
She also appeared the reference her split from Steve through numerous song choices that played on her account, including Kanye West’s 2021 single “Hurricane,” which features The Weeknd and Lil Baby.
Moy, for his part, wrote a very lengthy statement via Instagram on Saturday:
“I was not expecting this announcement to happen today, but I am prepared to handle it.
“When I said yes on decision day, I knew that our relationship was far from perfect, but I held the belief that with enough time, effort, and understanding, we could overcome the challenges we faced, and build a healthy, functioning relationship.”
The software developer continued:
“Over time I’ve lost hope that this could happen, and believe we are incompatible in ways that attempts at compromise can’t seem to fix or overcome.
“I am under the belief that our relationship is unsustainable in its current form, and after many attempts, I don’t believe we can get it to the point where it is functioning at a level that is healthy enough, while both of our needs are being met.”
Very formal. And very pointed.
Moy confessed that he’s been known to “struggle with detaching from relationships,” but also came across as rather bitter in his message.
“Of course I hold some negative feelings about it all but I’m trying to process them on my own time, and with the people who I can count on, while trying not to let it bleed out in public,” he wrote.
“I’ve given so much of myself to this marriage, the process, and this experience as a whole.
“I don’t regret anything I’ve given, but it’s time we start doing what’s best for ourselves.”
Prior to their break-up, the reality stars were one of the rare couples from the Lifetime series to stay together after their season ended.
Phommasak, meanwhile, took major exception to her estranged husband’s aforementioned claims.
“You asked for the divorce … I BEGGED you to stay and you said – you don’t OWE me anything,” Phommasak wrote in a since-deleted message.
She then revealed her dog is dying after cancer treatments stopped being effective.
“During this time you knew I was vulnerable and my heart was breaking outside of this and this is when you said we should divorce.
“You are not heartbroken, so stop acting like this for everyone else.
“You made this choice before involving me in the final decision and you said I was not allowed to talk about it, even though you said you were already seeing other people.”
“Just be honest about your truths and we can both move on peacefully.”