'RHOA' Star Drew Sidora's Husband Ralph Pittman Files for Divorce After Nearly 9 Years of Marriage: 'There Is No Chance of Hope'

‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star Drew Sidora and husband Ralph Pittman are officially getting a divorce after nearly nine years of marriage.

According to reports, Ralph filed the divorce paperwork on Monday.

Update: As it turns out, Drew raced and beat Ralph down to the courthouse. She filed for divorce an entire hour before he did.

via People:

According to documents obtained by PEOPLE, Pittman’s petition for divorce was received on Monday. He is seeking to end his partnership with The Game actress after nearly nine years and several seasons under the scrutiny of their costars.

Pittman, 37, listed the couple’s separation date as last Thursday, and the papers noted, “There is no chance or hope of reconciliation” between the spouses.

Sidora, 37, wed Pittman in August 2014. They later welcomed son Machai in June 2015 and daughter Aniya in February 2018. The That’s So Raven alum also has an 11-year-old son, Josiah, from a previous relationship.

Many of the couple’s marital woes leading up to their divorce were chronicled on RHOA.

Last year, Sidora discovered a suspicious text message between her husband and his female assistant (who was later fired). “Finding out my husband was getting close with his assistant was really hard for me,” she said on the show. “I packed up my kids and we went to Chicago. I literally ran away from home.”

Sidora also said she wanted Pittman to “respect the relationship.”

RHOA castmates also took, with Kenya Moore calling Pittman “so disrespectful” as he faced accusations of gaslighting his wife.

“You’re basically saying that she’s lying and how it happened was not how it happened,” Moore, 52, told Pittman in a 2022 episode. “That would piss me the f— off if somebody said that to me to my face, especially if I’m hurting. Do you not understand that? You’re tearing her down.”

Despite their challenges, Sidora told BET last June that the pair planned to continue fighting for their marriage.

“I thought it was like Cinderella like a happily ever after and so we thought that’s what it was going to be,” she said. “My parents who have been married for like 60 years made it look so easy. I’m in a situation where we have children, we’re moving to a new city — life is happening and people are growing as well as changing.”

She continued, “It’s hard because sometimes you’re like, do I need to stay in this marriage or am I better off by myself? Then I think to myself when two people commit and you keep committing to each other, what can we do to fix this? You’re switching counselors to find the right one — but we’re committed and I think that’s what keeps people together.”

Sidora also noted that it’s “not that it’s perfect because I’m not perfect and God knows he’s not perfect,” but they “keep doing the work” nonetheless.

We can’t say we didn’t see it coming — but we ALL did.

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