Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach has posted the following message on his Facebook page:

"For the record, my wife [Maria] and I have decided to separate. In all but every way, we have actually been separated since last April. We have tried to work things out for the sake of our family, but it has become apparent that our differences at this point are irreconcilable. In 2011 we go our separate ways."

The couple has been married since 1992 and has three children: sons Paris and London and daughter Sebastiana.

Bach and his wife starred in the "I Married Sebastian Bach" reality show, which was reportedly the top-rated show on VH1 the day it premiered in September 2004. Furthermore, "I Married Sebastian Bach" was the highest-rated show ever in the "I Married…" series and was No. 7 on the Top 100 list of VH1 shows the week it aired.

Charges against Bach were dropped last month and he agreed to pay a $250 fine in connection with a 2004 incident when he allegedly trashed Filmores strip club in Toronto, Ontario, Canada after staff refused to give him a naked picture of his wife which was on display at the bar.

(Thanks: NJthrasher)


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