Brian Lovell: Truth About Stacey Dash’s Ex-husband

Brian Lovell

Brian Lovell is actress Stacey Lauretta Dash’s past husband. Brian Lovell’s ex-wife Dash is known for her role as Dionne Davenport in Clueless and the television series of the same name. She has made appearances in the series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Single Ladies, and the reality TV show Celebrity Circus.

Brian Lovell: Bio Summary

NameBrian Lovell
Famous asex-husband of Stacey Dash
Gender Male
Date of birth N/A
Birthplace United States
Marital status Divorced
Spouse Stacey Dash
Children Lola Lovell
Occupation Producer

Who Is Stacey Dash’s ex-husband, Brian Lovell?

Brian Lovell is widely known because of his association with actress Stacey Dash. Details of his early life are few on the internet. There isn’t any information about his date of birth, place of birth, parents and siblings’ identity, or family history among other vital details.

Brian Lovell’s educational background and qualifications are unknown. He is a producer. According to his IMDb page, he was cast as Jeff in Clueless. His work as a producer hasn’t appeared on his IMDb page. He may have other sources of income that are unknown to the public. He is a very private person.

Brian Lovell married Stacey Dash on July 16, 1999, but their marriage ended in the mid-2000s. The reason for their separation isn’t known. They have a daughter called Lola Lovell. Different sources say the father of Lola is either Brian Lovell or Stacey’s second husband James Maby, CEO of Sports Logistics.

After Brian and Stacey separated, Stacey got married to James Maby from 2005 to 2006. She later married actor Emmanuel Xeureb and that marriage also failed. She then married lawyer Jeffrey Marty. She and Jeffrey have been separated but it is uncertain if their divorce has been finalized or not.

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Stacey has a son named Austin Williams from her relationship with singer Christopher Williams. Stacey has been open about her past traumas. She has revealed that she was molested as a child by a family friend. She has also spoken about her addiction to cocaine in her teens and 20s. She has a history of being with physically and emotionally abusive partners.

Stacey Dash has opened up about her Vicodin addiction on The Dr. Oz Show, stating that she was five years sober. She was addicted to Vicodin, “taking 18 to 20 pills a day” at one point. She said, “I lost everything”. In a Facebook post published ahead of her “Dr. Oz” appearance, she reflected on her decision to open up about her struggles, calling it her “deepest, darkest secret.”

“I thank the Lord for being able to say that I have grown more over the last 5 years than I have in my entire life. I am so blessed to be surrounded by people who have loved and supported me through my most challenging time,” she wrote. “Thank you all! I encourage anyone who has a story they are scared of telling to share it with the world. You never know who will be able to relate to you and who it can help.”

Vicodin is a popular brand of prescription drug – a hybrid of the pain medications hydrocodone and paracetamol – used to treat moderate to severe pain. However, Stacey Dash admitted that she tried drugs for the first time when she was just 8 years old. She also shared that her parents were drug addicts and that her mother gave her her first line of cocaine when she was 16 years old.

“I didn’t really remember until I was 17 when I tried to kill myself,” she said, per E! News. “It was at that time that I remembered that that happened to me, and I had already been very angry. I was a very angry, angry teenager.

“I became angry at I’d say around the age of 10 or 11, which is when my mother finally left my father. Even though my home was unstable and my father was a heroin addict, I knew he loved me. He just couldn’t beat it. He couldn’t overcome the addiction.”

After being sober for 20 years, she relapsed. She had been prescribed Vicodin to help with her painful fibroid cysts and became addicted.

I’m not blaming doctors at all because it was my choice to take more, you know?” she said. “It was my choice to take that extra one even though I wasn’t in pain. I chose to do that because the Vicodin filled that hole inside of me. It filled that anger. It calmed that anger down. It slowed my brain down. It gave me the ease so that I could deal with life. That’s how I became addicted. It’s no one’s fault but my own.”

Brian Lovell’s ex-wife said she had spent about $5,000 to $10,000 when Oz asked how much money she spent on drugs each month. She disclosed that she almost died.

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That’s what stopped me. I almost died,” she recalled. “My kidneys were so infected that my blood was septic, and my organs were shutting down. So, I got rushed to the hospital and I had to have a full blood transfusion and I was in there for three weeks. And by the grace and mercy of god, I lived.

Where is Brian Lovell now?

Though he was the husband of a famous Hollywood personality, Brian Lovell has been totally out of the limelight after his marriage with the actress came to an end. He has not made any headlines or been granted any interviews in recent years. It is unclear where exactly he is right now.

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