Married to Medication star Quad Webb Lunceford and her estranged husband, Gregory Lunceford, are presently within the midst of a nasty divorce.
Most not too long ago, new info has surfaced relating to the proceedings with the truth star admitting to one thing she did, which Gregory claims violated the Computerized Home Standing Order.
In line with theJasmineBRAND.com, after Quad accused him of merciless remedy and adultery and went on to ask for defense from harassment and violence, Gregory filed new courtroom paperwork asking for a movement for contempt. Within the docs, he accused his estranged spouse of shifting “pre-marital property from the marital residence” with out his information or consent.
He went on to particularly declare that round Might 14, Quad appeared at their as soon as shared dwelling with movers and took their master suite furnishings, washer and dryer, eating room set, lounge furnishings, lights, two televisions and basement furnishings.
He additional claimed that her reported actions willfully violated the Computerized Home Standing Order.
Nevertheless, Quad not too long ago responded to the allegations saying that whereas she did, in reality, take away objects from the residence, she didn’t violate any orders which had been instructed by the courtroom.
“Petitioner denies each allegation in paragraph four of Respondent’s Movement,” the courtroom paperwork clarify. “Petition additional states that the Computerized Home Standing Order, cited and relied up by Respondent in his Movement, prohibits the events from ‘disposing or eradicating any property type Fulton County, any of the property belonging to the events.'”
Along with her authorized workforce including that the “Respondent’s argument fails to acknowledge that the Standing Order doesn’t prohibit removing of any, and even all, of the events property from the marital residence,” it’s reported that Quad needs Gregory to pay for the lawyer charges related to this concern.
The pair reportedly legally separated on or earlier than April 2, 2018.