Ilusion Millan has filed for divorce from her husband, Cesar Millan. Ilusion and Cesar Millan, the star in “Dog Whisperer”, were married for the past 16 years.
Ilusion cited irreconcilable differences as grounds for divorce. However, gossips have hinted that there were other reasons for the divorce.
Ilusion Millan and Cesar Millan have two children together. Ilusion wants joint custody of their children, child support and spousal support. Ilusion and Cesar released a joint statement to affirm their parting as friends, while continuing to co-parent their two sons.
Cesar Millan background.
Cesar Millan was born on Aug 27, 1969. Millan lived the American Dream, raising himself from rags to riches, through sheer hard work.
In 2002, Millan started professional work with dogs as a dog trainer, in his own Dog Psychology Center, in LA. Millan recorded his successful dog training methods in three books, for all posterity to read and follow his methods.
After his books became bestsellers, Millan was offered to present his own TV show, called The Dog Whisperer.
Cesar Millan is a natural dog handler because he grew up with animals on his grand-dad’s farm in Sinaloa, Mexico. When Millan was 21 years old, he moved alone to into the US. Millan found his calling when he started work in a dog grooming saloon. Slowly, he progressed to training dogs and the rest was history.
Cesar Millan and his wife, Ilusion Millan have two sons named Andre Millan, who was born in 1995, and Calvin Millan, born in 2001.
Ilusion Millan & Cesar Millan
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