8
Aug
2018

EXCLUSIVE: Married 2 Med’s Quad Webb Lunceford Admits Taking Property From Husband’s House

Written by TJB Writer in Blog

Married 2 Med’s Quad Webb Lunceford Admits Taking Property From Husband’s House

theJasmineBRAND exclusively reports, new details have surfaced concerning the divorce of BRAVO reality star’s Quad Webb-Lunceford and her estranged husband, Gregory Lunceford.

The Married to Medicine reality stars married July 28, 2012. According to court documents obtained by theJasmineBRAND, the pair separated on or around April 2, 2018.

theJasmineBRAND broke the story that Quad accused Greg of cruel treatment and adultery and asked for protection from harassment and violence. [Click here for the backstory]. Greg filed new court
documents, asking for a motion for contempt.

He accused Quad of moving ‘pre-marital property from the marital residence’ without his knowledge or consent. He claimed that on or about May 14th, she showed up to the home with movers and took master bedroom furniture, washer & dryer, dining room set, light fixtures, living room furniture, two TVs and basement furniture.

Greg stated that her alleged actions show that she willfully violated the Automatic Domestic Standing Order.

Here’s the latest: Quad has responded admitting that she in fact did remove items from the home, but did not violate any orders instructed by the court. The court documents explain:

Petitioner denies each and every allegation in paragraph 4 of Respondent’s Motion. Petition
further states that the Automatic Domestic Standing Order, cited and relied up by Respondent in his Motion, prohibits the parties from ‘disposing or removing any property from Fulton County, any of the property belonging to the parties.’

Her legal team also responds:

Respondent’s argument fails to recognize that the Sanding Order does not prohibit removal of any, or even all, of the parities property from the marital residence; it only prohibits removal of any, or even all, of the parties’ property from the marital residence; it only prohibits its removal from Fulton County. Ostensibly, Petition was and remains free to empty the entire marital residence so long as she does not remove the property from Fulton County or dispose of it. It is undisputed that Petitioner relocated some of her personal possessions and furniture from the marital residence to her new home Sandy Springs, Fulton County, Georgia.

The reality star wants her estranged husband to pay for the attorney fees associated with bringing this issue to court.

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