Sam Hunt’s wife, Hannah Lee Fowler, filed for divorce on February 18 – which also served as the separation date. According to reports, Fowler cites “irreconcilable differences” as the reason to end her marriage to the country music star. Furthermore, the Alabama-born nurse is accusing Hunt of “inappropriate marital conduct” and claims that he’s “guilty of adultery.”
Fowler and Hunt – who married in 2017 and would’ve celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary in April – had not publicly announced that they were expecting. Yet, the legal documents, filed in Tennessee, revealed that Fowler is carrying a child and due in May. This will be the estranged couple’s first-born child.
While it is not clear if a prenuptial agreement is made before their marriage, Fowler is asking for alimony as well as primary custody and child support for their future child. She is also asking their separate property to be awarded in its entirety to the respective party. Moreover, the document stated that Fowler believes all hopes for reconciliation were already exhausted.
Their On And Off Relationship Has Inspired Most Of Sam Hunt’s Songs
Sam Hunt and Hannah Lee Fowler first began dating in 2008. They went on dating on and off for nearly ten years before getting hitched in 2017. Their turbulent relationship even inspired a lot of Sam Hunt’s songs. In fact, the country star chose to name his debut album “Montevallo” as it is Fowler’s hometown.
Sadly, the two are now on the brink of divorce. Neither Hunt nor Fowler has responded or made any statements about their reported split.
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