NFL Player Earl Thomas’ Wife, Nina Thomas, Files For Divorce

NFL Player Earl Thomas’ Wife, Nina Thomas, Files For Divorce

Earl Thomas’ wife has officially filed for divorce.

According to TMZ, Nina Thomas filed the papers on Nov. 3, referencing adultery as the reason she was calling it quits.

She also added that there’s no

“reasonable expectation of reconciliation.”

They tied the knot in April 2016 and share three kids together. She is reportedly requesting the court to give Earl Thomas limited access to their kids until

“he takes a parenting course and can show evidence that he is able to take care of the children for an extended period of time.”

All seemed to be well between them when they celebrated her birthday together. He wrote in one post:

“Just want to take the time to wish the woman who I can talk to in the middle of the night … who has accepted who i am through it all and has helped me grow in so many ways .. I hope you enjoy what I’ve planned for you bae…. 31 is going to be your best year yet … I love you wife..
HAPPY 31st Mrs Thomas”


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Her decision comes just months after she was arrested for pulling a gun on Earl Thomas after catching him with another woman.

Official court documents obtained say that Nina Thomas found out Earl Thomas, was with another woman via his Snapchat account.

Nina Thomas reportedly brought two friends to confront him at an Airbnb, bringing Earl’s gun, a 9mm Berreta, along to “scare” all of the parties involved.   However, she was reportedly not aware of a bullet remaining in the chamber of the gun. Nina allegedly held Earl at gunpoint after discovering him naked in bed with other women. One of the women accompanying Nina was reportedly the wife or ex-wife of Seth Thomas.

Earl also responded to the incident on social media.

 

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Authored by: Char Patterson