Friday 28 December 2018

Jimbo Fisher Divorce

Jimbo Fisher Divorce

Jimbo Fisher had a pretty horrible 2015 in which he found out his wife might’ve been cheating on him, he turned 50, his hair started falling out rapidly and his team Seminoles went 10-3, including a loss to Houston in the Chick-fil-a Bowl.

Jimbo Fisher got married to Candi Fisher in July of 1989. Unfortunately rumours of Candi cheating started to surface and Jimbo, 50, filed for divorce on July 31, and the case was made final Dec. 10. The petition mentioned that the couple had been separated since May with no chance of reconciliation. According to reports Candi was cheating with not one but two men. The first man have been identified as with someone with the name Jacobs, The second man was identified as Owen Long, 27, a well-known Tallahassee figure and a former FSU tennis star and women’s tennis team manager. “Jimbo became fully aware last year that his wife was stepping out on him with a former UF player,” an FSU football source told Gossip Extra. “It’s when Jimbo was checking out certain things pertaining to Candi and the UF guy that this other character turned up.” “It appears that Candi’s fling with Jacobs was a long term thing. The thing with Long was a shorter relationship.”

Among the topics that John T. Christiansen, Jimbo’s West Palm Beach lawyer, wanted to discuss with Candi were her finances, the divorce papers show. She was also asked her to bring: “Any and all text messages and/or emails to and/or from Taylor Jacobs and/or Owen Long from June 1, 2013.” Christiansen also wanted emails and text message from any third party to Candi referring to Jacobs and Long. Candi didn’t have to show up for the deposition with her emails and text messages because a day later, on Dec. 10, the case was settled. Candi Fisher, who signed off on the couple’s divorce Dec. 10, claimed in court records that it cost her $29,655 a month, give or take a few bucks, to take care of the coach’s household. Motions and briefs shows she got at least $3.4 million in asset distribution and about $4,500 a month in child support, through the divorce settlement.

Fisher and his ex-wife Candi have two sons, Trey and Ethan. Fisher's brother, Bryan.

About Jimbo Fisher
John James "Jimbo" Fisher Jr. (born October 9, 1965) is an American college football coach and former player. Also, he is the head coach at Texas A&M University. Previously, Fisher was the head coach at Florida State University.

Fisher earned the nickname "Slim Jimbo" because of his interest and love for meat snacks. He has mentioned in many interviews that he wishes to launch an organic jerky company after he retires from coaching.