Hunt's wife files for divorce again
Wednesday, February 23, 2022
– Sam Hunt's pregnant wife has filed for divorce again.
Hannah Lee Fowler filed last week in Davidson County, but withdrew the paperwork because she had filed in the wrong Tennessee County. She refiled the divorce papers in adjacent Williamson County.
Hunt and Fowler had not previously said she was pregnant, but that was indicated in court filings.
Fowler accused of adultery in her original filings with no hope of reconciliation.
The two married in 2017 amidst a tumultuous relationship. The baby is due in May.
Fowler reportedly is seeking alimony, child support and primary custody of the baby.
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