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Saturday 20 December 2014

Danny DeVito 'begged for forgiveness'

Danny DeVito
Danny De Vito

Danny DeVito has reportedly been begging his estranged wife for forgiveness.

The Hollywood star and his wife of 30 years Rhea Perlman confirmed they were going their separate ways in October. It has been widely reported that Danny's flirting was one of the reasons for the split and he has now apparently realised the error of his ways.

The 68-year-old star recently turned up at the Los Angeles home he shared with Rhea and asked to speak to her.

"Danny begged for forgiveness and swore up and down that he'd mend his ways," an insider told National Enquirer.

The former couple have three children together - Lucy, Grace and Jacob - and the kids apparently persuaded their mom to talk to Danny.

However, she was unimpressed with his comments and the discussion didn't end well.

"Rhea told him to get out! She told Danny she was through with his wandering ways," the insider added.

Earlier this week Danny sparked reunion rumours after revealing he has been spending time with Rhea. The comic also explained they were "working" on their marriage.

"Rhea and I are really close. Actually, still together, just separate, but together," he explained.

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