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Fowler filed for divorce on Friday country music star before the couple’s first child, citing “inappropriate behavior in marriage,” according to numerous reports.
However, a few hours later Fowler withdrew his complaint.
Fowler filed her initial divorce petition by noon on Feb. 18, but around 2:15 p.m. that day she filed a “Notice of Voluntary Refusal.” Us Weekly reports.
Fowler has filed a lawsuit “without prejudice”, which means that the musician’s wife has the opportunity to file for divorce for the second time.
In an initial complaint, Fowler testified that she was pregnant. The couple had not previously announced to the public that they were expecting a baby. Fowler also requested child support, alimony and primary custody of the child.
“The husband is guilty of such cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, which makes the cohabitation dangerous or inappropriate,” the court said.
Hunt representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
Hunt admitted that they started “seriously” talking about having children during an interview in July.
“We’ve been talking about it for a while, but we’ve really started to think seriously about it in the last few months, so it’s on the agenda right now,” said Body Like a Back Road artist KISS Country 99.9 Miami.TC and Dean“Radio broadcast.
“And I hope that sooner or later we will get good news.”
Hunt and Fowler have been married since 2017, but have been dating for more than a decade. People magazine.
They first met in 2008, and Hunt named his 2014 album “Montevallo” after Fowler’s hometown, according to the publication.
Hunt’s single “Drinkin” Too Much, which was included on the album “Southside”, described in detail his relationship with Fowler.
In August, Hunt pleaded guilty to a felony count in connection with the 2019 incident, Tennessean reported.
Hunt was arrested in 2019 and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and violating the Open Containers Act. The arrest warrant states that officers found Hunt straying between the lanes and stopped him. He later apologized, saying he had made a “poor and selfish” decision to drive himself home after a friend’s show in Nashville.
Under the plea agreement, his imprisonment for 11 months and 29 days was suspended, except for 48 hours, which he agreed to serve in DUI educational centers, an alternative penitentiary institution. He also had to take an alcohol safety course and lost his license for a year.
Laurin Overhultz of Fox News and the Associated Press contributed to this report.