Sacha Baron Cohen, Isla Fisher announce divorce amid Rebel Wilson allegations

Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher announced their divorce Friday amid ongoing controversy regarding claims made by actress Rebel Wilson.

The Oscar nominated “Borat” co-writer, 52, and “Wedding Crashers” star, 48, shared the same photo — of the pair donning tennis wear — to their respective Instagram stories to reveal the news.

“After a long tennis match lasting over twenty years, we are finally putting our racquets down. In 2023, we jointly filed to end our marriage,” the announcement began.

Noting they “have always prioritized” their privacy, the actors said they have “been quietly working through this change.”

“We forever share in our devotion and love for our children,” they added, referring to daughters Olive, 16, and Elula, 13, and 9-year-old son Montgomery.

The former couple — who got engaged in 2004 before saying “I do” in 2011 — thanked followers for “respecting our family’s wish for privacy.”

News of the divorce comes amid Rebel Wilson identifying Cohen as the “massive a–hole” central to the 23rd chapter of her memoir, “Rebel Rising,” which hit shelves earlier this week.

“I will not be bullied or silenced by high-priced lawyers or PR crisis managers,” the “Pitch Perfect” star, 44, said in an Instagram story late last month.

She accused Cohen of pressuring her into performing inappropriate acts while working on 2016’s “The Brothers Grimsby” — claims denied by Cohen’s reps.

When previously unreleased footage of the actors’ sex scene was published days later by the Daily Mail, Wilson dubbed the move as Cohen’s “latest way of bullying and gaslighting me.”