To view the divorce documents, CLICK HERE.
LOS ANGELES (October 16, 2006) — Last week, Access Hollywood obtained the scandalous sexual divorce documents of Sara Evans from her husband, Craig Schelske.
The pending divorce would lead Evans towithdraw from the popular ABC show, “Dancing With The Stars.”
While the grounds for divorce cited in the documents are “irreconcilable differences,” “inappropriate marital conduct” and “adultery,” the details behind the accusations are graphic, explicit and disturbing.
Among the claims made by Evans in the filed documents are (To view the divorce documents, CLICK HERE):
-Evans alleges that Schelske “has frequently verbually abused, emotionally abused and harassed Wife.”
-Evans alleges that Schelske “frequently watches pornography” on the family’s computers and that on September 28, 2006, the couple’s oldest child “confronted [Schelske] at the parties’ residence? when he was watching pornographic material on the television.”
-Evans claims that Schelske keeps more than 100 photos of Schelske “posing with his erect penis” and “there are several photographs showing the defendant having sex with other women.”
Evans also alleges that Schelske browsed personal ads on the Internet site Craig’s List for “three party sex” and “anal sex.”
Evans also claimed that Schelske frequently threatened her and “told her that she is crazy,” threatened to take the children to Oregon and “continually interferes with (Evans’) possession of and parenting time” with their children.
However, on Friday night, Schelske denied all of the allegations.
“I have made the decision to forgive Sara for the unfortunate campaign that she and her publicity advisors are currently waging,” he said in a statement. “Sara has unfortunately become a dramatically different person over the last year and it is something we have struggled to deal with. Sadly, it appears we have failed.”
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