Tera Patrick and Evan Seinfeld have separated after seven years together. They jointly ran the adult studio Teravision, and both parties will continue to be involved with the company's products and brands, which include both Teravision and Iron Cross.
“Tera is a huge star and a benefit to both adult and mainstream entertainment," Seinfeld said. "I feel fortunate to have shared so much of her life and career. Teravision and Iron Cross are going strong, and I look forward to continuing to represent the Tera Patrick brand and support all of her endeavors. She is forever in my heart.”
Patrick echoed that praise.
“Evan helped me build this company and take my career to new heights," she said. "For that I am eternally grateful. I look forward to remaining hands-on with Teravision and working closely with Evan on all of our joint endeavors. He is truly an amazing person.”
In addition to his duties as CEO, Seinfeld also directed and appeared with Patrick in a number of titles, including "Tera Goes Gonzo," "Teradise Island" and "Teradise Island 2."
Patrick stands as one of the most visible adult performers globally, having appeared in more than 100 titles over the course of her 10-year career.