Courtney Stodden and fiancé Chris Sheng have called off their engagement, Page Six can confirm.
The pair, who have been engaged since May 2021, called it quits in February.
“Courtney is now a single woman,” the actor’s rep tells Page Six. “She is looking forward to telling her story.”
Stodden, who is non-binary and uses she/her and they/them pronouns, is no longer in contact with her ex.
The entrepreneur, 43, popped the question to Stodden in May 2021 after four years of dating.
“I said yes …OH and the ring made me gag it’s so beautiful 🔥😍💎” the model announced on Instagram at the time.
Stodden showed off her giant rock in a boomerang video, captioning it, “#stopasianhate,” appearing to support Sheng’s ethnic roots. She also added #diamondsareagirlsbestfriend.
For his part, Sheng revealed in a now-deleted Instagram post that he felt “so blessed and fortunate” to propose to “the love of [his] life.”
“We have both grown so much since we first met, and the fact that we have both been able to grow into better, stronger, more secure individuals while still being in a relationship together makes me have faith that this partnership will last a lifetime,” he said at the time.
Sheng also described their love as the “truest” kind of love, the kind where “we may not always like each other but will ALWAYS love and respect each other.”
He concluded, “I promise to always be your rock, support, and shoulder to lean on – no matter what. I got you. Ily.”
Stodden was previously married to “The Green Mile” actor Doug Hutchison, tying the knot with the then-51-year-old in 2011 when she was just 16 years old.
In March 2020, Stodden announced the pair had finalized their divorce.
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The TV personality told Us Weekly that month, “I’ve been dating the same guy for three years, Chris. I am working on myself every day.”
At the time, Stodden confessed it wasn’t “easy to believe in love.”
“It’s hard for me to completely open up to him and trust,” Stodden shared. “I’m constantly pulling back and criticizing everything about everything. I need time to heal and hopefully I can learn how to love again fully.”