Mary-Kate Olsen and Pierre Olivier Sarkozy have decided to get a divorce. Olsen, who got her start on the sitcom "Full House," wed the French banker in 2015. However, court papers signed on Wednesday in East Hampton, New York, state that the relationship between the two had "broken down irretrievably for a period of at least six months."

Now, reports have signified that the couple may face an additional setback when it comes to officially moving forward.

According to Page Six, Olsen and Sarkozy hit a roadblock as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The spread of COVID-19 has closed courts around the country and upended various legal proceedings in an attempt to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus. Following the actress' April 17 summons and complaint for divorce, she was informed that New York state courts were not accepting divorce filings at that time.

As a result, the Olsen twin is now asking the court to give her the opportunity to file an "emergency divorce petition" due to the fact that she claims Sarkozy "terminated the lease" on their shared New York City residence without her consent.

"This application is an emergency because my husband expects me to move out of our home on Monday, May 18, 2020 in the middle of New York City being on pause due to COVID-19," the papers state. Therefore, the fashion designer is asking both her landlord and Sarkozy's attorney for the option to stay beyond May 30, as the current pandemic has stalled her ability to find another apartment.

After elaborating on the fear that she could lose her home and personal property, Olsen said that she is "gravely concerned" that Sarkozy will "dissipate, dispose of and/or secret" various belongings. However, Sarkozy’s attorney, Adam Turbowitz, sent an email to Olsen's legal team that expressed that his client had already "noticed that a number of items of personal property were removed from the apartment." Therefore, he requested the creation of a list outlining what had been removed in order to keep track of the "overall personal property division."

Moving forward, the "New York Minute" star is asking for the ability to continue using their shared home in Bridgehampton, their main apartment in Gramercy, plus another apartment on E. 49th Street in New York. Additionally, Olsen, who reportedly has a combined estimated net worth of $500M with her twin sister Ashley Olsen, is also asking for the enforcement of her existing prenup with Sarkozy.

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Olivier Sarkozy and Mary-Kate Olsen at a Ronnie Wood and Mick Taylor concert in New York on Nov. 7, 2013. Getty