Sherri Shepherd’s Divorce Is Getting All Kinds Of Messy

May 10, 2014 / Posted by:

Well, this is escalating to an Angie Jordan-level of dramatic. It was announced only yesterday that Sherri Shepherd’s second husband Lamar Sally had filed for divorce nearly 3 years after they got married, and now TMZ is confirming that it’s getting messier than Sherri’s busted Sideshow Bob wig.

It was previously reported that Sherri had thrown Lamar out of the house, calling him a fraud because he claimed he was a Hollywood screenwriter, and yet spent more time dozing off on the couch to House Hunters marathons than at his typewriter. But TMZ says that Lamar has yanked the words from Sherri’s mouth, claiming that he wants spousal support and the prenup they signed invalidated based on – you guessed it – FRAUD. He doesn’t specify how Sherri is a fraudulent fraud, but if we’re only 24 hours into this divorce drama and we’re already throwing around the F-word, I have a feeling we’re about find out very soon.

Now, here’s where it gets really messy. Sherri and Lamar have a baby due at the end of June (via surrogate) and Lamar is seeking sole custody of the baby, with Sherri getting only visitation rights. So on top of spousal support, he’ll probably be seeking child support as well. Yeah, Lamar? You’re trying to convince people you’re a successful screenwriter, remember? Not a dollar-hungry gold digger. Get your fraud facts straight.

Poor Baby Shepherd Sally; it hasn’t even left its rented womb room yet and already its got drama-loving problem parents. “Don’t worry, there’s a support group that meets on Wednesdays. Let me know if you wanna carpool” – the worm growing in Tila Tequila.

Pic: Wenn

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