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But at the end of the day, I think if things don’t add up, I think it’s fair for me, if things don’t add up, to want a test.” “I can’t say she’s been unfaithful. I just want to make sure it is mine.” Meanwhile, he denied allegations made by his soon-to-be-ex wife on “Entertainment Tonight” on Wednesday night that he cheated on her, and accused her of stretching the truth to make herself look better.
So for me it’s not me saying she’s a bad person,” he said.
“She wants what she wants, I want what I want: she wants a baby, I want to find love and happiness. I can say she wanted to get in vitro, I can say she wanted to do some things to make sure she got pregnant.
“All she was a mad about was, ‘You don’t want to have a baby, but you’re mad about her baby. And there was a big fall-out.” Hartwell added that his wife fled to visit a spiritualist and “started going out with friends all the time and not telling me when she was coming home or sometimes not coming home at all.” After the confrontation, Hartwell — who has a 9-year-old son, Ed Jr.
with his ex-wife, former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Lisa Wu — says Knight Pulliam was willing to have a baby by any means possible, through in vitro, adoption or naturally.
Keshia Knight Pulliam’s marriage to Ed Hartwell fell apart after just two months, Hartwell told “Page Six TV” exclusively.
Speaking to the media for the first time since sensationally filing divorce papers on Monday, Hartwell, 38, said that their marriage was torn apart by jealousy, disagreements about starting a family and suspicions about infidelity on both sides.
The former linebacker, who has asked for a paternity test for Knight Pulliam’s unborn child, moved out of the house, and was surprised to discover Knight Pulliam was pregnant — but returned home to support her. “As time kept going past and the days went past, some things just weren’t adding up.