Veronica Montelongo Bio, Husband, Parents, Height
Veronica Montelongo’s name got imprinted on the audience’s mind when she appeared on the A&E’s show Flip This House in 2005.
Her chemistry with then-husband and co-star Armando Montelongo had people invested on the show. Post leaving the program after three seasons in 2007; she concentrated on furthering her career as an interior designer.
Veronica Montelongo’s Bio
The reality star is very coy about her personal information. She refuses to reveal any information about her age or birthday for that matter. Also, she doesn't have an Instagram account. No wonder, it is hard to get an insight into the real estate heavy-weights personal life.
However, she is very active in the real estate scene. She cashed in on her reality show, Flip This House’s popularity and started working with a business partner, John Morales.
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While working side by side in business, Veronica fell in love with her professional partner, John and turned him into her boyfriend. The pair got engaged in June 2014. Although she shared about her wedding preparation on Facebook, the dating couple didn't tie the knot.
Maybe they are waiting for the right time?
Veronica forayed into reality TV along with her then-husband, Armando Montelongo in 2005. While they were a good team on the reality show, the same togetherness didn’t last long off-screen.
Veronica Montelongo smiles with husband Armando Montelongo (Photo: www.chron.com)
Well, the couple divorced after fourteen long married years in 2011. They share a son named Mondoman. Veronica and her ex continued to co-parent their son after their divorce.
The surprising thing about their divorce was, in spite of being the “it” couple from a reality show - that captured the nation’s attention - no information got out. Well, the reason the famous couple was able to maintain such secrecy was Veronica’s ex had their initials to do all the dealings in the court.
However, the details came out when Veronica sued her ex for failing to pay her agreed alimony.
Well, the initial agreement was Armando would pay $4,000 a week in alimony plus an additional annual payment of $250,000 for five years. But, he failed to pay the spousal support of 2016.
Veronica was rather upset about the issue; she asked the court to send him to Bexar County Jail if he failed to comply. However, the situation didn’t come to that as the exes reached an agreement and didn’t press the matter further.
Although the spousal dispute was settled, court trouble didn’t seem to end for the Flipping Nightmares star. More than 400 students sued Armando for giving them worthless advice on real estate. The angry bunch was seeking at least $15 million in monetary damages.
In all the trouble, the reality star had his new wife, Whittney, to keep him company.