Homewrecker Miranda Orders Married Boyfriend To Stop Talking To Wife, Source Says
Miranda Lambert has ordered her new married boyfriend, Evan Felker, to cut off all communication with his wife, a source exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com.
The country singer’s new man filed a motion on Tuesday to end his marriage to Staci Felker as soon as possible. A source close to the new couple told RadarOnline.com that Lambert is calling the shots and making sure everything is in her best interest.
“Evan hasn’t spoken to his wife since the news he was dating Miranda went public,” said the source. “I imagine that’s by design.”
The “Vice” singer was accused of being a homewrecker following the shocking news. Earlier this year, Lambert split from her boyfriend of two years, Anderson East.
The source said Lambert has directed Evan to stay away – not even speak – to his wife, Staci.
“Evan did speak to his wife earlier this year for about a month but then he disappeared on her,” said the insider. “Miranda has very little tolerance for him speaking to Staci.”
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The source said Evan did hit a point earlier in the year where he was “pretty remorseful” for his alleged infidelity on his wife with Blake Shelton’s ex.
“Staci was his best friend for five years,” said the insider.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Staci has chosen to take the high road and has decided to shift the blame on her husband and not Lambert. In March, Lambert and the Turnpike Troubadours singer were spotted getting cozy at a restaurant just weeks after Staci filed for divorce.
Last month, a source spilled to RadarOnline.com that Lambert and Evan are already dropping the L word.
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