There is WAY more to the Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman divorce.
As we reported Wednesday, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star and her husband of nine years BOTH filed divorce docs at the Gwinnett County Court in Georgia Monday. TMZ obtained Ralph’s divorce docs, which laid out his demands, including joint custody of their two children, ownership of two vehicles, and to not be required to pay spousal support, citing Drew’s Bravo income. Now, we’re getting to hear the 37-year-old reality star’s side of things, and they aren’t looking great for Ralph…
In Drew’s amended divorce complaint acquired by TMZ Wednesday, she claimed to no longer be able to handle Ralph’s “continued blatant disrespect and mental abuse.”
Those are some pretty big claims, but it seems she has the evidence to support it…
The mother of three accused Ralph of being a “serial cheater and adulterer,” who “allowed his multiple paramours to have direct contact” with her. She further claimed that said partners would even “flaunt” their affair, with some sending her screenshots of their “sexts” with Ralph.
Eesh. Fans of the show will know Drew had previously had a feeling Ralph may be cheating, which you can hear more about in a clip (below):
Furthermore, Drew added in her legal filings that Ralph had recently gotten physical with her, citing an instance last month in which the 40-year-old forcibly “grabbed” Drew’s phone out of her hand, causing her to fall to the floor. She claimed he then “literally peeled the phone out” of her hand “aggressively,” before yelling at her and telling her the phone belongs to him since he pays for it.
Following that incident, Drew claimed to have considered leaving Atlanta to fly to Chicago with her three children — two of which she shares with Ralph, and one from a previous relationship — for safety. She alleged in the filings his behavior caused “a reasonably justified apprehension for her emotional health, and for the mental and emotional health,” adding she considered even “filing an application for a Temporary Protective Order.”
On top of all that, Drew claimed Ralph to be “financially abusive,” with him even withdrawing a “large sum of money” from her bank account and “assert himself” into her “business and personal finances.”
Not great stuff.
Drew is also asking for primary physical custody of their children, and claimed that Ralph asked for a “heads up” before she would go to file for divorce after one recent counseling session.
How do you think all of Drew’s claims compare to Ralph’s, and what do you now think of his demands? Let us know in the comments down below.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, help is available. Consider calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233, or text START to 88788, or go to https://www.thehotline.org/.
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