According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, film director Jacob Patrick filed for dissolution of marriage this week in the Los Angeles County Courts.
As you know, McCormick was a finalist on the sixth season of ‘SYTYCD’ and was a popular addition to the “All-Star” seventh season. The actress made more waves after landing the lead role in the urban dance film ‘Step Up: Revolution.’
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Interestingly, the actress teamed up with her husband — Jacob Patrick — to create a powerful documentary entitled ‘Like Air’ which follows three teens who are immersed in a dance competition, revealing “all of the fears, insecurity, and desires that come along with the lifestyle.” the film focuses on McCormick’s mentorship of the three girls as they train for DanceMakers Nationals.
In the court documents, Jacob cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the split. The couple has no minor children together. The former couple was married on May 15, 2015, and Patrick claims the couple split in December of 2021.
According to reports, Kathryn moved to Los Angeles when she was 18 after landing a role in the remake of ‘Fame.’ She appeared on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ from 2012-2014 and was featured in the music video, ‘Dead Inside,’ by Muse.
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Kathryn’s husband is asking the court to order her to pay spousal support to him, and terminate its ability to order him to pay her any support. As for property or assets, the petition for divorce says Patrick has “not yet completed his investigation and reserves the right to amend.”
McCormick opened up about the relationship with her husband on Instagram, writing on Valentine’s Day, “Happy Valentine’s Day to everything with a heart and the capacity to love. I hope not only today but every day this immense need to connect can be nurtured inside all of us. I don’t think it’s about “finding” someone to connect to and love- I think connection and love are available at every moment if a person is willing to open to the endless opportunity of connection that constantly surrounds us. We are all love in different forms, so for that, I celebrate all of us. Whatever season of connection or disconnection you are in… keep going 🤟🏼Go slow, and take time to discover the color of another’s eyes. Presence always unveils love.”