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Miranda Lambert Accused Of Calling Boyfriend's Wife Nonstop In The Middle Of The Night

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Country singer Miranda Lambert has been accused of repeatedly calling her boyfriend's wife in the middle of the night, has learned.

Staci Nelson, the scorned wife whose marriage ended after she caught her husband, Evan Felker, shacking up with Blake Shelton's ex, outed both in a fiery Instagram post featuring screenshots of her call log.

"FYI, if you're crazy and crazy famous, this is how your number comes up," Felker captioned the photo, hinting at Lambert.

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The angry ex's screenshot showed seven missed calls from an unknown number on Friday, July 27. Around the same time, the screenshot shows Felker also received incoming calls from an Idaho number.

"Wife's number doesn't change. Seems problematic. 10 times in one night #insecure #rightfully so," Felker captioned the photo.

Felker said the Idaho phone number belongs to her husband. She then shared her theory of why Lambert was potentially calling.

"The other…is the person who is tired of him calling home," Felker said.

As readers know, Nelson outed Felker for calling her 22 times in two days. The wife alleged the Turnpike Troubadours lead singer was trying to reach her behind Lambert's back.

Following the accusations, Lambert confronted her married boyfriend and asked him to choose between his wife or continuing to perform on her world tour, a source told

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Meanwhile, Felker has since publicly vowed to never take her husband back.

A rep for Lambert has not responded to's request for comment.

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