Scaramucci, 53, has been married to Deidre Ball, 38, for three years and they have two adorable children together.
Deidre worked as vice president for SkyBridge Capital, a firm "Mooch" founded.
It isn't known when the papers were filed but in a tweet, as is the custom of the White House administration, Scaramucci didn't deny the story. He did, however, ask that the press not cover his family which was followed by a blitzkrieg or RTs with LOLs and happy-face avatars.
"Leave civilians out of this. I can take the hits, but I would ask that you would put my family in your thoughts and prayers & nothing more," he said.
Rumor has it that the media is praying for Sacarmucci's family--praying they can dig up some dirt on them and get more information about why the divorce was filed.
The Mooch made news this week after being quoted by the New Yorker using vulgar language about former White House chief of some staff Reince Priebus. The "brothers" had been feuding a lot lately.
Scaramucci didn't deny the vulgar language reported by the magazine.
The announcement by President Trump came on Friday that Priebus was leaving the White House, but he had secretly turned in his resignation the prior day. Interestingly, that was never leaked, so it is thought-provoking that Priebus may have been the leaker all along.