29-year-old Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Haley Kalil has filed for divorce against her husband and former offensive lineman Matt Kalil.
Haley Kalil was seen in Mexico following Split from Matt Kalil
Back in May, four months after they were split, Haley filed the divorce papers mentioning “irreconcilable differences”, according to a report from TMZ. The couple had their wedlock in 2015 and together they don’t have any children.
Soon after filing for divorce, Haley was seen going on a trip to Mexico. Even though she was not featured in the S.I. Swimsuit issue in 2022, Haley rose to fame by winning their open casting call in 2018 along with Camille Kostek.
“Oh gosh, it’s been a journey. If you’re a woman who has gone through it, then you know what the journey is like,” Haley discussed dealing with health issues during an interview withFox News, “It goes so undiagnosed for so long. I have endometriosis in addition to what medical professionals have described as urethritis. I also had ovarian cysts. I recently had surgery to help remove the tissue from the endometriosis, as well as scar tissue I’ve developed due to urethritis.”
“To be honest, my biggest fear was scarring,” she continued, “I’m in an industry where any mark on your body can be a mark against who you are and what you are. You also live in a world where a woman wants to wear a bikini and doesn’t want to be scared because, in society’s eyes, scars are ugly.”
Matt Kalil was selected fourth in overall the 2012 NFL Draft by the Vikings and made it to the Pro Bowl in his novice season. He eventually played left tackle with Minnesota through 2016, and then for the Carolina Panthers in 2017. Due to a knee injury, he missed the 2018 season and was released after the offseason.
Kalil stayed with the Panthers for two seasons before switching to the Houston Texans in 2019 but didn’t make any appearance there as he was cut from the franchise before the season started. Prior to his NFL career, Kalil played for USC where was one of the top offensive linemen and was named to the All-American First Team, along with winning the Morris Trophy in 2011.