Conflicting reports over the status of Johnny Weir's relationship with estranged husband Victor Voronov continue to emerge.
On April 14, the U.S. Olympic figure skater was set to reconcile with Voronov, according to reports published in the New York Post, TMZ and the Daily Mail, among other media outlets. However, Weir refuted those claims in a statement to Access Hollywood later that day.
“I had hope and Victor and I were talking about reconciliation, but it was for naught,” Weir said.
Weir's remarks, however, haven't stopped the media from speculating further on the state of the pair's marriage. According to a TMZ report published less than 24 hours after Weir's statement, the couple is reconciling -- but in doing so, Voronov allegedly must agree to a unique (and intimate) set of stipulations, spelled out by Weir in a five-page document.
The document, according to TMZ, "defines the type of cheating" that Weir will not tolerate. Included in the list are sex outside the marriage, sexting, mutual masturbation and the use of social media apps, including Grindr.
The couple will also agree to joint STD tests every six months, "with the results being read with both in the room," while a section called "Ultimatums" includes the line: "If I give you one more day to get your bank records to me, then I want to have a free f*** of anyone I want."
That alleged document, which was also cited by Radar Online, is reportedly a response to Voronov's earlier stipulations, which said Weir must publicly apologize for everything said about the split in the press. He must also agree, in writing, to no longer let his mother interfere with the couple's finances, TMZ reported earlier.
Either way, the conflicting reports are merely the latest twist in what has become an increasingly complex separation. Last month, Weir told Access Hollywood that he was "losing" himself and his life objectives by staying in the marriage, shortly after announcing the split on Twitter.
"My husband was behaving very erratically," Weir said following his well-received commentary stint with NBC at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. "The majority of the time off camera I was in tears." Nonetheless, he denied most of Voronov's accusations, noting, “The worst he could do would be to post naked photos that we have between each other and I look flawless."
News of the split came weeks after Weir reportedly appeared in a New Jersey courtroom on charges of domestic violence against his husband of two years. At the time, Voronov alleged that Weir had bitten him during a dispute. The charges have since been dismissed, according to Radar Online.