NEW YORK — Evelyn Lozada is ending her 41-day marriage to Chad Johnson after the football star was arrested for allegedly head-butting her over the weekend.

A rep for the VH1 reality star confirmed reports that Lozada filed for divorce Tuesday.

“Given the recent events that have taken place, Evelyn has decided to file for divorce and move on with her life,” Lozada’s lawyer, Michael B. Gilden, told the TV show “The Insider” in a statement.

Johnson released his own statement – the first since his arrest – on his official website, OCNN, and reaffirmed his love for Lozada.

“I am going to let the legal process run its course. I wish Evelyn nothing but the best, I have no negative words to say about her, the only thing I can say is I love her very much,” said Johnson, who was dumped by the Miami Dolphins a day after the arrest.

The marriage imploded Saturday after an argument between the two ended with Lozada being treated at a hospital for lacerations to her head.

According to Davie, Fla., police, Lozada found a receipt for condoms and confronted Johnson about it at dinner. The argument continued during their drive home, and when they arrived at their driveway, he allegedly head-butted her.

In a 911 call released by authorities, a neighbor told police that there was an incident involving a “high-profile person” and is heard telling Lozada to wipe the blood from her head. Lozada is heard saying that Johnson head-butted her, and the caller says Lozada will probably need stitches.

Johnson is a six-time Pro Bowler who last season was on the New England Patriots.

His July 4 wedding to Lozada – whom he courted publicly on the VH1 series “Basketball Wives” – was taped for a spinoff show called “Ev & Ocho.” It was due to debut Sept. 3, but VH1 shelved it after Johnson’s weekend arrest.

Johnson – formerly known as Chad Ochocinco – and Lozada were prominently featured in the recent first episode of HBO’s “Hard Knocks: Training Camp With the Miami Dolphins.”

Man charged with burglary of Jobs’ home

SAN FRANCISCO — Several computers and personal items worth more than $60,000 were stolen from the home of the late Steve Jobs in what authorities insist was a run-of-the-mill burglary.

“I’ve never gotten this many calls from people,” Scott Tsui, supervising Santa Clara County deputy district attorney, said of the July 17 theft in Palo Alto. “Other than the fact it involves Mr. Jobs, it’s a pretty standard burglary case,” Tsui said.

Kariem McFarlin, 35, of Alameda, was arrested Aug. 2 and charged with residential burglary and selling stolen property. He remains jailed with bail set at $500,000 pending an Aug. 20 court hearing.

Authorities believe that McFarlin was unaware that he had broken into the Jobs home. They suspect the seven-bedroom house was targeted because it was undergoing renovation and may have appeared less secure.

The co-founder of Apple Inc. died at home last October at the age of 56.— From news service reportsN

Graham returns home from hospital

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — Evangelist Billy Graham is out of a North Carolina hospital following a two-day stay for treatment of bronchitis.

Pulmonologist Daniel Fertel said in a statement Tuesday that the 93-year-old Graham had a quick recovery and responded well to his treatment at Mission Hospital in Asheville.

The doctor said that despite the illness, Graham is remarkably healthy for a man his age.

Graham, who has been working on a new book, returned to his home in nearby Montreat. His staff said he would continue his usual care and physical therapy at home and resume his involvement in ministry and writing.