Sam Hunt’s pregnant wife Hannah Lee Fowler withdraws divorce petition same day as filing

Sam Hunt’s Pregnant Wife Hannah Lee Fowler Withdraws Divorce Petition Same Day As Filing…After Accusing Country Musician Of Infidelity

  • Hannah also revealed she was pregnant with their first child in divorce papers filed on Friday, February 18.
  • Hours after filing in Tennessee, Hannah applied for a ‘voluntary notice of denial’ and asked to dismiss the divorce, according to Us Weekly
  • Hunt was served with the Nonsuit paperwork on Friday, and as of Tuesday a judge has yet to sign the paperwork to dismiss the case entirely.
  • Fowler initially accused her husband of five years of ‘inappropriate marital conduct’, charges he has yet to confirm or deny
  • The couple tied the knot in 2017 after dating for more than a decade and are expected to become parents in May










Sam Hunt’s wife, Hannah Lee Fowler, withdrew her divorce petition the same day she filed paperwork for a legal separation in Tennessee.

The 33-year-old nurse reportedly filed for divorce at 11:43 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 18 and only hours later filed a voluntary notice of non-suit to dismiss the legal proceedings, according to Us Weekly.

Fowler first accused her husband of being guilty of ‘inappropriate marital conduct’ when she filed for an end to their nearly five-year marriage, where it was revealed she was also pregnant with their first child and that she was due to give birth in May.

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Make it work? Sam Hunt’s wife, Hannah Lee Fowler, withdrew her divorce petition the same day she filed paperwork for a legal separation in Tennessee; seen in 2017

DailyMail.com has reached out to Hunt’s rep for comment.

The publication noted that Fowler’s Nonsuit was filed at 2:13 p.m. and that Tennessee state law may define “nonsuit” as “dismissal.”

She also reportedly classified his decision as “voluntarily dismissed without prejudice”, leaving open the possibility of filing for divorce again in the future.

Tennessee law won’t allow a second dismissal if Fowler files for divorce again and tries to withdraw the deposits.

Yikes: Fowler first accused her husband of being guilty of 'inappropriate marital conduct' when she filed for an end to their nearly five-year marriage, where it was revealed she was also pregnant with their first child and was due in May;  seen in 2017

Yikes: Fowler first accused her husband of being guilty of ‘inappropriate marital conduct’ when she filed for an end to their nearly five-year marriage, where it was revealed she was also pregnant with their first child and was due in May; seen in 2017

Better days: Sam shared happier times with Hannah on Instagram in 2020, but fans still flooded comments with disapproval for her latest actions

Better days: Sam shared happier times with Hannah on Instagram in 2020, but fans still flooded comments with disapproval for her latest actions

Us reported that Hunt received the paperwork from Nonsuit on Friday, and as of Tuesday a judge had yet to sign the paperwork to dismiss the case entirely.

In the papers, Hannah accused the Body Like a Back Road singer of being “guilty of such cruel and inhuman treatment or behavior towards the spouse that makes cohabitation unsafe or inappropriate.”

She requested child support and primary physical custody of their unborn child, in addition to “respective separate property” and three types of support, including “transitional support, rehabilitation support, and alimony in the future”.

Then: Sam and Hannah reportedly met when he was playing football for the University of Alabama at Birmingham, but broke up for a while when he first tried to pursue music

Then: Sam and Hannah reportedly met when he was playing football for the University of Alabama at Birmingham, but broke up for a while when he first tried to pursue music

The couple had not announced their family planning efforts before filing for divorce.

Hunt pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor DUI charges in August stemming from a 2019 arrest in Nashville, and was sentenced to nearly a year in prison, but avoided jail time altogether.

As part of his plea deal, Sam only served 48 hours at DUI education centers and completed an alcohol safety course.

He also lost his license for a year and must have an alcohol monitoring device installed in his vehicle when his license is reinstated, according to the Tennessean.

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