limp bizkit: Fred Durst, the singer of the rock group Limp Bizkit, binds for the 4th time

Fred Durst, lead singer of American rap rock band Limp Bizkit, has married for the fourth time. According to marriage records obtained by TMZ, Fred Durst and Arles Durst married in Los Angeles County.

However, the file does not say anything about the date of their marriage. Their marriage certificate is confidential, which is common in Los Angeles when it comes to celebrities. But the county clerk announced that he had filed a confidential marriage certificate.

Durst and Arles have been making headlines for quite some time. Limp Bizkit had been performing in Pennsylvania in May 2022. Durst later released his hit single with Arles titled “Nookie.”

Meanwhile, Arles has changed her Instagram profile’s last name. In the profile description section of her Instagram account, Arles wrote, “Mme D.”

Fred Durst had divorced for the third time with Ksenia Beryazina, a makeup artist from Ukraine. He married Beryazina in 2015 and his third divorce was finalized in 2019. They had separated after years of marriage and shared no children.

Durst had his first marriage in 1990 to Rachel Tergesen. The couple continued their relationship for three years before separating in 1993. Durst and Tergesen are the parents of a child named Adriana. Later, in 2009, Durst married Esther Nazarov, but their relationship could not survive beyond three months.

Durst, along with Limp Bizkit, produced many hits in the second half of the 90s and the first half of the 2000s. Limp Bizkit topped the US Billboard 200 chart twice in a row.

The group also broke up in 2006 before reforming in 2009. After reuniting, the group released “Gold Cobra”, a new album in 2011. “Gold Cobra” peaked at number 16 in the chart.

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