After sacrificing an organ for her famous comic husband, the woman and him ended their marriage. In addition to dealing with health concerns and a life-threatening circumstance, the couple had a daughter. Although the woman saved his life, their marriage failed in the end.
Actor George Lopez, who required a kidney transplant in 2005 after his kidneys failed, was married to Ann Serrano. According to his biography, “George Lopez: Latino King of Comedy,” Lopez desired not to disclose his health crisis to his daughter, Mayan Lopez, because of his notoriety.
George and his spouse Ann were falsely admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in 2005. Ann was upbeat about George’s prognosis upon admission despite his renal condition, but George was concerned about their daughter’s future.
Ann received a kidney and George received an organ during the successful kidney transplant procedure. Ann and George had a successful surgery and recovered completely. Ann thanked her for her noble deed, and George gave her credit for saving his life. Even though she was considered a hero, Ann stressed how important it was to decide to save the person she loved, even if she said it was a simple choice. They learned the importance of giving people life from the event.
In 2010, George Lopez and Ann Lopez got divorced after spending 17 years married. Following George’s admission that he had cheated on Ann during their marriage, the couple faced criticism for calling it quits. George acknowledged in a CNN interview that he and Ann seemed like the perfect couple and that he deserved the criticism. Ann identified George’s involvement in their breakup in a TikTok video. Later, in January 2023, George made an appearance on “The View” to talk about his real-life family drama, “Lopez vs. Lopez.” He acknowledged that he needed to accept responsibility for his family’s disintegration even though he didn’t want to talk about his personal life. To address their concerns, George and Ann attended therapy together. The ex-spouses are still friendly and close to one another despite their separation.