Drew Sidora claimed her soon-to-be ex-husband, Ralph Pittman, cheated on her and “mentally abused” her in their recent divorce filings.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star filed an amended complaint stating she can’t take Pittman’s “continued blatant disrespect and mental abuse any longer.”
She went on to describe the 40-year-old as an alleged serial cheater, noting that some of the women he allegedly slept with would send her screenshots of their “sexts.”
Sidora, 37, also claimed that Pittman got aggressive with her during a recent fight and snatched her phone from her hands, causing her to fall to the ground.
Alongside the alleged emotional abuse, Sidora claimed Pittman would mess with her finances and recently withdrew a “large sum of money” from her account as leverage.
Reps for Sidora and Pittman did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Both Pittman and Sidora filed for divorce on Wednesday — just one hour after one another.
The pair, who tied the knot in 2014, both noted that their union is “irretrievably broken” — yet noticeably cited different dates of separation.
Prior to their split, the former couple went to marriage counseling to try and mend their broken relationship, which has been plagued with rumors of infidelity for years.
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Their marital woes have been captured on “RHOA” ever since Sidora joined the Bravo franchise in 2020.
In fact, during one of the episodes, the mother of three revealed she stopped wearing her wedding ring after Pittman’s former female assistant allegedly offered him a massage.
Following that incident — and many others — Sidora’s fans and castmates slammed Pittman for continuously gaslighting his wife, with Kenya Moore even calling him an “a—hole.”
The pair share son Machai, born in June 2015, and daughter Aniya, whom they welcomed in February 2018.
The “That’s So Raven” alum also has an older son, Josiah, 11, from a previous relationship.
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