Milena Martelloni is the ex-wife of Dustin Rhodes. Martelloni’s ex-husband, Rhodes is an American professional wrestler currently signed with All Elite Wrestling, where he performs as “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes and acts as a coach. He is best known for his multiple tenures with the WWE from 1995 to 2019 as the character Goldust.
Much was not known about Marelloni before her marriage to her ex-husband, Rhode. Information related to her Age, date, and place of birth is not available at the moment. Milena Martelloni’s ex-husband on the other hand was born on April 11, 1969. He is 52 years old as of 2021. He was born in Austin, Texas, U.S.
Milena Martelloni was the second woman Rhodes took to the altar. Before, Martelloni, he was married to Terri Runnels. They have a daughter, Dakota Avery, who was born in 1994. The couple divorced after six years of marriage on October 18, 1999. Runnels also has a stepson.
Rhodes’ autobiography, Cross Rhodes: Goldust, Out of the Darkness, was released on December 14, 2010. In the book, Rhodes mentioned that he was married a second time to an unnamed woman. “I also had a short-lived and highly volatile second marriage. We only dated for a few months, then, one day, we just went to the justice of the peace and did the deed.” He was referring to Milena Martelloni, whom he married on December 18, 2002.
The couple’s marriage did last for long, they divorced in 2003. The reason behind their divorce was never made public. Milena Martelloni and Rhodes didn’t have any children before they called their marriage a quit.
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Much was not heard from Milena Martelloni after her divorce from the WWE star.
Rhodes on the other hand married his third wife, Ta-rel Marie Roche, on June 22, 2012.
Milena Martelloni’s ex-husband, Rhodes was part of the infamous 2002 Plane Ride from Hell. He was accused of sexual misconduct by one of the flight attendants. The flight attendants sued the WWE claiming that Rhodes said that they were going to have sex. The case was settled out of court. Rhodes was also credited with stopping a sexual assault by Ric Flair against another flight attendant aboard the same flight.