After the new episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta on Sunday (Jun. 25), Drew Sidora shed further light on her pending divorce from Ralph Pittman.
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Drew Speculates Ralph Was “Trying To Change The Narrative” By Rushing To File First
The Step Up actress discussed the matter during the latest installment of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
This was her first time appearing on the Bravo late-night show since news of her and Ralph’s divorce broke. As a result, host Andy Cohen naturally had a few questions locked and loaded for Drew.
First and foremost, Andy asked Drew if there was any truth to reports about her and Ralph “racing to the courthouse.” While Ralph was initially noted as the one who filed for divorce, TMZ later reported that Drew Sidora made it to the courthouse 61 minutes before Pittman.
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While speaking on the situation, Drew says it was sparked by Ralph discovering that she was “planning to file.”
“It wasn’t a race. I got to a point where enough was enough, and once he caught wind that I was planning to file, then it became a [race].”
She added, “I don’t know if that was deflection or trying to change the narrative.”
After continuing and noting that she and Ralph “communicate about the kids,” Drew said that her children’s well-being is her top priority.
“I think through this process, I’ve really tried to just protect the kids in everything.”
Drew Sidora Looks To “Claim Happiness” & Achieve Her Dreams
This commentary came just ahead of Entertainment Tonight publishing an interview with Drew Sidora.
During the sit-down, Drew acknowledged that the dissolution of her marriage was caused by “a multitude of things.”
“As human beings, we can only take so much, and we really just hit a breaking point and enough was enough. There was a multitude of things, and I believe that when someone is not able to see those mistakes as an opportunity to take ownership and to work on healing and growth in a marriage, it can be the destruction of you.”
After noting that her “prayer is that [they] can be great co-parents” and maybe even “find [their] way back to friendship,” she’s looking to “claim peace” in the meantime.
“I want to claim peace. I want to claim happiness for my children. I want to claim all my dreams and the things as a little girl that I wanted to accomplish for me to continue to go after those.”