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Miranda Lambert’s Boyfriend Finalizes Divorce, Ex ‘Feels Free’ After Cheating Scandal

Aug. 17 2018, Updated 7:04 p.m. ET

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It’s over!

Miranda Lambert’s boyfriend, Evan Felker, has finalized his divorce from his wife of nearly two years, Staci Nelson, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

According to an online docket, an “agreed decree of dissolution of marriage” was filed on August 16, 2018. Nelson filed for divorce earlier this year after learning that Felker had been shacking up with the “Vice” singer. Blake Shelton’s ex and Felker, a singer, were spotted canoodling at a romantic brunch back in May.

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Now, a source exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com that the scorned wife is happily moving on.

“Staci feels free!” the source exclaimed.

As Radar readers know, Lambert, Felker and Nelson have been stuck in a love triangle for the last few months.

Earlier this month, Nelson accused Lambert of calling her nonstop in the middle of the night! Meanwhile, she also outed her estranged husband, claiming that he was “insecure” for bothering her.

The source told Radar that Nelson has tied up loose ends the couple had. Days before the divorce was finalized, Nelson visited the home the exes shared during happier times.

She’s been listening to one of her favorite artists, Lori McKenna, to heal, said the source.

Lambert and Felker have yet to publicly comment on the news.

Us Weekly was the first to report on the finalized divorce.

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