Home Celebrity The couple has filed for divorce after nearly 9 years of marriage: RHOA Star Drew Sidora Files Divorce 61 Minutes Apart From Husband

The couple has filed for divorce after nearly 9 years of marriage: RHOA Star Drew Sidora Files Divorce 61 Minutes Apart From Husband

by Ivy June
It appears to be the end of the road for Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman. The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star has filed for divorce from her husband after close to nine years of marriage.
TMZ reports that Sidora, 37, submitted her paperwork to the Gwinnett County courthouse in Georgia before Pittman, 40, filed his, showing 61 minutes ahead of him. The divorce is already seemingly contentious, with the two unable to even agree on the exact date that their union fell apart, as Sidora noted February 23rd and Pittman February 19th. However, both parties have agreed that the marriage is irretrievably broken according to the outlet, and Sidora has even added that she reserves the right to add additional ground for divorce if an amicable settlement cannot be reached.
The pair had married in August 2014 and have two children, Machai (born in June 2015) and Aniya (born in February 2018), while Sidora has another son, Josiah, from a previous relationship.
Interestingly, this news comes just two weeks after Sidora had celebrated her husband’s 40th birthday with an elaborate bash. On the hit Bravo series, Sidora had admitted to stopping wearing her wedding ring, saying at first mine wasn’t fitting after the babies. And then as I lost weight, we were having some issues. So I just never put it [back on]. I stopped wearing it. I should be wearing it. I’m sorry. But at marriage counseling that we just had, we made an agreement which, so, for 30 days, we can’t argue, attack each other, disrespect.
Clearly, the situation between the pair has been deteriorating for some time, and it looks like they are now moving towards a permanent split.

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