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Sam Hunt’s Wife Withdraws Divorce Petition Almost Right After Filing

Recently, Sam Hunt’s wife, while pregnant, filed for divorce, claiming that he cheated on her.

Hannah Lee Fowler had stated in legal documents stated “inappropriate marital behavior and adultery” and claimed Sam was “guilty of such cruel and inhuman treatment or conduct toward the spouse as renders cohabitation unsafe or improper.”

As soon as she filed, she quickly withdrew her claim and wanted the petition to be “voluntarily nonsuited without prejudice.”

The judge has not signed off, nor dismissed the petition, just yet.

The couple have been married for five years.

The papers had been filed on Friday (February 18th).  Hannah had claimed that Sam was “guilty of such cruel and inhuman treatment or conduct toward the spouse as renders cohabitation unsafe or improper” and “guilty of adultery,” according to the paperwork, TMZ reported.

The filing also indicated that she is expecting the couple’s first child, who is due in May.

She had asked for alimony, primary custody of their child and child support.  There is a pre-nup to consider.

Sam and Hannah tied the knot in 2017 after several years of dating, on and off.  The former football player had pursued her fairly aggressively.

Last year, Hunt dealt with the repurcussions of a DUI, which he had been ticketed for at the holidays, 2020.

Meanwhile, has a new song inside the Top Five on the Mediabase chart with “23.”

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Sam Hunt and his wife of five years, Hannah Lee Fowler, are not getting a divorce, after all, according to Us Weekly.  The publication points to court documents they obtained just yesterday (Tuesday, February 22nd) which show that Hannah both filed for divorce and withdrew her complaint a little more than two hours apart on Friday (February 18th).

She initially filed for divorce at 11:43 a.m., citing “inappropriate marital conduct” and “adultery.”  At 2:13 p.m., Hannah filed a Notice of Voluntary Nonsuit, or dismisal, – which means she is no longer seeking a divorce.  According to the documents, her decision is classified as “voluntary nonsuited without prejudice,” which means that she can file for divorce again at a later time.

As of Tuesday, a judge had yet to sign off on the filing, which would then dismiss the case completely, according to Us Weekly.

 

 



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