Keshia Knight-Pulliam Is Accusing Her Ex Of Plotting Against Her Unborn Baby

August 13, 2016 / Posted by:

This mess was already situated firmly in the complicated column on the spreadsheet that is Rudy Huxtable (Keshia Knight-Pulliam) and her former NFL linebacker husband Ed Hartwell’s busted marriage. Consider it moved over to the “dark-sided” column, and it’s written in blood-red Diediedie font. In divorce documents, Keshia is accusing her husband of trying to cause her to miscarry her unborn baby. Ed denies he supplied the semen on this one. If this attempted murder accusation is true, the Georgia Child Support Calculator must have spit out the sum of bloodshed at him, causing his ass to panic.

TMZ says that Rudy doesn’t specify what she’s accusing her estranged husband of exactly, but she does claim that he “has been plotting to harm and obstruct [her] pregnancy” with “certain underhanded and unusual conduct” to trigger a miscarriage. Oh, dear. Ok, let’s not panic. I’m sure everything will be ok. Oh, wait, both of them own guns.

Keshia says in legal docs … during their short marriage, Ed was constantly cursing, yelling and demeaning her. She says he also had affairs with multiple women, including a former baby mama. And Keshia says she and Ed have multiple firearms … she feels unsafe and wants an order forcing him to turn all the guns over to her. She’s also asking the judge to order him to stay clear of her.

The original That’s So Rudy wants Hartwell to undergo some psych testing. What the hell is going on in Hotlanta? Did she see mutton marrow, henna powder, and carrot seed soup on Ed’s shopping list? If this accusation is true, it’s going to take a lot more to take Rudy and her baby down. He allegedly told her he was divorcing her via a TEXT. That would cause me some severe stomach upset if my smartphone told me my marriage was over. She’s still standing. TEXT. I’m setting our marriage on fire and letting you know via text. If he did that, I’m surprised he even managed the modicum of civility that’s a text. Why not just Instagram it, or hire someone to fly a banner over her house that read “I’d Hire A Divorce Lawyer If I Were You, Rudy.”

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