Elyse Slaine, a former RHONY actor, has filed for divorce from Reinhold Gebert

Elyse Slaine, a former RHONY actor, has filed for divorce from Reinhold Gebert ...

On Friday, Elyse Slaine filed for divorce from her husband Dr. Reinhold Gebert, and the real housewives of New York City alum confirms exclusive to Page Six.

Slaine, 58, says in a statement, Reinhold and I continue to cherish one another and remain close friends in the event of a very amicable divorce.

In 2018, Gebert was joined on a Slaines Facebook page in a selfie in July 2020, just after the couple celebrated their beachside wedding.

Happy 2nd Anniversary to my best friend, my love, and the man who taught me how to make very day count! Slaine captioned a since-deleted post.#beachwedding #bride #groom

The television personality-turned-cryptocurrency trader wore a strapless white gown in the accompanying photo, while her now-estranged spouse wore a white suit jacket and black pants.

At the time, several of the Slain RHONY pals expressed their support for Gebert''s friendship.

Leah McSweeney wrote in his book about the Slaines'' long-time friend Jill Zarin left a number of red heart emojis.

Slaines'' Instagram profile pic is still a glamorous solo shot from her nuptials with Gebert on Friday afternoon.

Fans of the Bravo series will remember Slaine from 2020sSeason 12, when she appeared as a friend of the Housewives alongside full-time actors McSweeney, 39, Luann de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, Tinsley Mortimer, Sonja Morgan, and Dorinda Medley.

At the time of filming, Slaine was married to Gebert, but their relationship was not highlighted in New York City.

Slaine was married to former Galleon Group boss David Slaine before becoming married. After more than two decades of marriage, the Slaines officially divorced in 2013. They initially separated in 2007.

David, 62, whom Elyse shares an adult daughter, fought in the early aughts for engaging in unlawful insider trading, which he benefited by generating a $500,000 profit.

David pleaded guilty to conspiracy and securities fraud in December 2009, collaborating with the federal government in order to avoid up to 25 years in prison. Instead, he was given 300 hours community service.

David served as an undercover informant for the FBI from 2007 to 2009, with his tips ensnaring many Wall Street traders, analysts, and consultants, including his former Galleon CEO Raj Rajaratnam, who was sentenced to 11 years in prison, the highest term ever for inside trading.

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