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Miranda’s Married BF Tried Getting Wife Back Before Ghosting Her In The Hospital

Jul. 12 2018, Updated 7:05 p.m. ET

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Miranda Lambert’s married boyfriend came crawling back to his wife behind the country singer’s back before ghosting her while she was hospitalized, has exclusively learned.

Staci Nelson, who is still married to Lambert’s boy toy, Evan Felker, threw major shade at her estranged spouse on Instagram, claiming he has been repeatedly calling her in an effort to win her back. Nelson then said Felker went MIA when she ended up in the hospital.

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Nelson said she answered desperate Felker’s phone calls because “that’s what a wife does.” The scorned wife said it was obvious Lambert’s boyfriend only came back to her when she appeared “happy.”

“How dare I smile after all he did to try to break me?” she continued.

Nelson, 33, wrote the scathing caption underneath a picture of her hospital bracelet. She said she ended up in a hospital less than a week after Felker repeatedly called her, but suddenly “couldn’t reach him.”

While Nelson said she will physically be ok, she admitted she’s been under extreme emotional distress due to Felker and Lambert’s affair.

“I want to talk about real men aside from the ghosting and just very real #psychologicalwarfare and torture that happened earlier this year,” she said.

Nelson continued to slam her husband – and even added a possible warning for Lambert.

“That’s not a real man,” said Nelson. “That’s not a country boy and certainly no cowboy.”

Felker filed divorce documents in February after she learned of her husband’s affair with Blake Shelton’s ex. In June, Felker filed paperwork in an effort to speed up the process, Radar reported.

Lambert and Felker were spotted canoodling at a bar in Nashville in April.

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