Adam Sandler is lucky he has a really big mansion, because one of his BFFs needs a place to crash.
Allen Covert, who has been involved with just about every movie Sandler has ever made, along with starring in "Grandma's Boy" and "The Wedding Singer," is getting a divorce.
According to records obtained by The Blast, Kathryn Covert filed in Los Angeles to end her longtime marriage to the comedian/producer/writer.
Kathryn and Allen have been married for 13 years and they have four daughters. The court records indicate that some of the children are still minors.
They were married on Valentine's Day 2006 during a ceremony at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Covert is famous for launching Happy Madison Productions, along with Sandler, and dominating the comedy genre in movies throughout the 2000s.
He is perhaps best known for his starring role in the 2006 comedy, "Grandma's Boy," alongside Jonah Hill and Nick Swardson.
However, Covert has appeared in just about every Sandler movie, and has memorable cameos in movies like "Happy Gilmore," "Big Daddy," "The Wedding Singer," "Little Nicky," and "Mr. Deeds."
He also appeared in a small role in Sandler's most recent Netflix movie, "Murder Mystery," alongside Jennifer Aniston.
Just this past February, Allen was paying tribute to his wife on their wedding anniversary, and everything appeared to be good in the marriage.
"13 years ago today this amazing woman married me. Four kids and many adventures later I love her even more," he wrote alongside a photo from their wedding.
According to his Instagram page, Allen has been hanging out in Danvers, Massachusetts for the past few days, but has not yet commented on the divorce filing by his wife.