NHL star Evander Kane's messy divorce keeps getting messier, with his estranged wife Anna accusing him of cheating on her with his model ex-girlfriend Mara Teigen.
Over the weekend, Anna dropped a ton of bombshell allegations on her Instagram story. Her airing out her husband's dirty laundry came weeks after she slapped him with legal papers.
The accusation that caused the sports world to lose it was Anna claimed Evander had been betting on his own games. She told the NHL to investigate him over the matter.
Anna, who is currently pregnant with their second child, blasted Evander claiming he was over in Europe partying it up in fancy hotels while she was at home unable to afford expenses for their forthcoming child.
Anna claims Evander is off with his ex, Mara Teigen.
Evander and Mara have a bit of a past. Back in 2015, the two had dated for a period of time. The relationship hit a rough patch which led to Evander buying a billboard on the Sunset Strip asking for forgiveness.
The trick worked and the two got back together. However, things eventually ended with the two and Evander went on to marry Anna.
Anna wrote to Mara on Instagram, So do you feel good about yourself fuc-ing my husband when I'm at home pregnant and he can't even give me money to buy my daughter formula? Do you feel amazing with him? After he cheated on you so much that you broke up now you can do this to another woman?"
She continued, "Crazy he said how ugly you were and how much surgery you had ... and how you had old rich sugar daddies while you were together? He cheated on you so much and you go back to him? I'm shocked."
Evander has yet to address the cheating allegations but tried to shut down the gambling talk.
He released a statement reading, "I have NEVER gambled/bet on Hockey, NEVER gambled/bet on a Sharks game, NEVER gambled/bet on any of my games and NEVER thrown a hockey game. The facts are I personally had my best season of the my career last year and was the most consistent I've been throughout any season, I'm proud of that. I love the game of Hockey and would never do any of what was alleged. I look forward to cooperating fully with the league's investigation."