Jeremy Meeks the Hot Felon is divorcing

The wife of “Hot Felon” Jeremy Meeks broke her silence Sunday to say she plans to divorce her two-timing hubby.

Melissa Meeks, 38,  that seeing photos last week of her chisel-jawed better half smooching a British heiress last week were like a “dagger through the heart.”

“He kept saying, ‘I’m sorry, you didn’t deserve this,’” Melissa Meeks said he told her when he arrived to their Los Angeles home. “We talked about divorce. I told him I didn’t think the marriage could be saved. He agreed. The marriage is over.”

Melissa Meeks said she had “no idea” of her 33-year-old hubby’s affair with 26-year-old Topshop heiress Chloe Green until she saw the photos in the media.

She said she thought her husband was on an innocent work trip, promoting a holiday resort in Turkey.

 And she’s furious not only with her husband — but also at Green. Jeremy Meeks and Chloe Green. “I know it takes two to tango, but she knew he was married,” she said. “To me, that’s unforgivable. My whole world has been torn apart by this. What do I tell our children? My heart is broken.”

“What she did is unforgivable,” Melissa Meeks added. “And I’m angry at him, too. What they did destroyed my entire world. Did either of them think about the children and how this will affect them? They’re the innocent victims in this. And so am I.”

The wife lamented that she was “publicly humiliated, which makes the pain so much worse.”

In photos that surfaced earlier this week, the “Hot Felon” was making out with Green as they recently partied on a 180-foot super-yacht while cruising the Mediterranean off Turkey.

 Jeremy — who started modeling when he was released from prison in 2016 after serving two years on a weapons charge — was captured showing off his multiple tattoos as he lounged shirtless in a series of embraces with the blond Green, who wore a bikini.

Green’s father is disgraced Sir Philip Green, who is worth more than $5 billion but came under heavy criticism for unloading one of his businesses in 2015 — while leaving its retired workers with a gutted pension fund.

Meeks was handed a 27-month jail term in 2015 after being charged with illegally possessing firearms and ammo, carrying a loaded firearm in public and criminal street gang activity.

Meeks was handed a 27-month jail term in 2015 after being charged with illegally possessing firearms and gang activity

From the small town of Stockton in northern California prior to his arrest, Meeks was brought up in a poor household and began his life of crime after becoming involved with the Northern Crips – a branch of the notorious Los Angeles gang.

He married a local nurse named Melissa, who had two children, at 24 and went on to have a son, now seven, with his wife.

When he was arrested in June 2014 as part of a crackdown on gangs by the Stockton police department, he was charged with five weapons offenses and two counts relating to gang membership.

But two years away did little to dim Meeks’ mugshot fame.

Meeks signed with talent agency White Cross Management last year and his manager Jim Jordan said he has received offers from all over the world.