VI News Staff 4 months ago

Court Grants Bryan's Request to Seal Divorce Proceedings

The Superior Court accedes to keeping the dissolution of Governor Bryan's marriage away from public scrutiny

The V.I. Superior Court has granted Governor Albert Bryan's request to seal proceedings in his divorce from First Lady Yolanda Bryan. The case, ST-2023-DI-00113, no longer appears on the court docket for the District of St. Thomas/St. John.

Last November, Governor Bryan appealed to the courts to allow the divorce petition, which he initiated, to be filed under seal. His attorney argued that the matter would generate unwanted publicity which would potentially "adversely affect his wife and two children."

The lawyer also argued that the dissolution of the governor's marriage is a "private matter which does not merit public inquiry.

Despite Governor Bryan's apparent concern for the welfare of his wife, Virgin Islands society has been buzzing about his seeming elevation of a female friend into the spotlight. At the official Government House Christmas party on St. Thomas in December, it was not the First Lady who welcomed guests but Governor Bryan's companion, with whom he danced and embraced during the festivities.



Transitional council in Haiti to choose new leaders is formally establ...

VI News Staff
1 month ago

Cold showers and no lights: How one German city is fighting Russia's e...

VI News Staff
1 year ago

Crucian Coach Guides the University of Tampa to Fourth National Volley...

VI News Staff
2 years ago

Heavy Rain Forecast for Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands this Week

VI News Staff
3 months ago

Foreigners must be fully vaccinated to enter US starting November

VI News Staff
2 years ago