Hannah Lee Fowler, the wife of country singer-songwriter Sam Hunt, filed for divorce on Friday, February 18, after almost five years of marriage. The news of their divorce was initially reported by TMZ, which also obtained the court records. Hunt cheated on her when she was pregnant. According to the records acquired by TMZ, She is set to give birth to their first child in May and According to court documents, the 37-year-old singer is accused of “inappropriate marital behavior” and “adultery.” According to PEOPLE, Fowler is seeking spousal support (alimony) and primary custody of their unborn child. She also insisted on having her home property.
All about Hannah Lee Fowler
Hannah Fowler is a licensed nurse, according to information gathered from several sources. The Montevallo, Alabama native is also the oldest of seven siblings. Fowler earned his bachelor’s degree in 2007 from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Fowler would be in her early to mid-30s at the time.
Despite her friendship with Sam Hunt, Hannah Lee Fowler has kept most of her life secret. According to several media, Fowler has previously been associated with a few humanitarian efforts. Fowler’s previous connection with Hunt is said to have inspired many songs in his repertoire. These songs are Cop Car, Make You Miss Me, Ex To See, Drinkin’ Too Much, and Body Like a Back Road.
An overview of Hannah Lee Fowler and Sam Hunt’s relationship.
Since 2008, Hunt and Fowler have been in an “on-again, off-again romance.” Fowler’s hometown of Montevallo, Alabama, inspired the title of the singer’s first album. Hunt told ET in 2017 that he traveled to Hawaii almost seven times to persuade Fowler to return. At the time, Fowler was in Hawaii.
He continued, saying:
“I believe I traveled to Hawaii seven times in around three months last summer.” I’m attempting to persuade her to return. And on the sixth trip, I finally persuaded her.”
During a trip to Israel in January 2017, Hunt proposed to Fowler. Later that month, in April, the couple married in Hunt’s hometown of Cedartown, Georgia.