Here’s Brandi Maxiell’s statement on her marriage to Jason Maxiell:

“Contrary to published reports, rumors that Jason and I are heading for divorce are false. There’s no public record of us filing for a dissolution of marriage. It doesn’t exist. What does exist are two imperfect people who are committed to making it work through the highs and lows; joys and sorrows; and sickness and health. Jason and I just celebrated our fifth wedding anniversary, and although our marriage isn’t perfect, we’re working on it,” says Brandi Maxiell.

She adds:

“As a ovarian cancer survivor, instead of talking about my marriage, I would rather spend the time, raising awareness about ovarian cancer. Not all cancer is pink, and September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. I’m happy to share my story to save lives from this ‘silent killer.””

About Brandi’s Advocacy and National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month:
Brandi has teamed up with the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC) to spread the word and educate the public about ovarian cancer and the color teal – the designated color for the cause. In the coming weeks, she’ll be sharing her story at various events around the country. NOCC is a 501(c) 3 organization with more than 20 chapter offices nationwide, working hard to promote research, raise awareness, provide education, and improve the quality of life for ovarian cancer survivors. For more information, visit and

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For Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Brandi talks candidly with NOCC about wrestling with cancer, losing her hair and as the Jill Scott song goes: “living her life like it’s golden.” For Brandi’s conversation, visit

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