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Crystal Smith Files For Divorce From Ne-Yo, He Had A Child With Side Chick

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Crystal Smith Files For Divorce, Claims Ne-Yo Had A Child With Another Woman During Their Marriage

Crystal Smith Files For Divorce, Claims Ne-Yo Had A Child With Another Woman During Their Marriage

Days after Crystal Smith announced split from Ne-Yo while accusing him of being unfaithful during their marriage, the model has hit the singer with divorce papers.

According to Radar Online, Crystal went ahead and filed a petition for divorce on August 1. She listed the date of marriage as February 20, 2016. It states that “the parties separated on or about July 22, 2022, and since that date have continuously lived in a bona fide state of separation.”

Crystal said she “is entitled to a divorce from [Ne-Yo] upon the ground that the marriage is irretrievably broken with no hope for reconciliation.” She adds, “[Ne-Yo] has committed the act of adultery,” the outlet quotes.

Crystal who shares minor children with Ne-yo: Shaffer Smith Jr., Roman Smith, and Isabella Smith, also says he recently fathered a child with another woman! She’s reportedly demanding the court award her temporary and permanent alimony in all forms from [Ne-Yo] for her support and maintenance. She also reportedly wants Ne-Yo to pay both child and spousal support since she claims she’s been taking care of the kids since the split.

Crystal states that she has been unemployed since they agreed she’d raise their kids. She said her estranged husband pulls in a “significant self-employment income” as a singer, producer, and writer.

On top of what she’s already asking for, she wants all separate property she brought into the marriage awarded to her.

“Crystal] requests that [Ne-Yo] be solely responsible for any and all debts and obligations independently acquired by [Ne-Yo] and that [Ne-Yo] hold [Crystal] harmless for any such debts or obligations,” the filing read.

As a result of their divorce, Crystal is also looking for Ne-Yo to pay her $25k to cover her legal bills: “Due to the disparity in income, [Crystal] moves the Court for an award of attorney fees on account in the amount of $25,000 as temporary attorney’s fees and expenses of litigation so that [Crystal] may pursue her claims for divorce with the opportunity to be effectively represented by counsel and properly protect her interests,” the filing read.

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