Miranda’s Lambert’s Married Boyfriend Allowed To Keep Divorce Docs Secret

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Jun. 21 2018, Updated 9:54 a.m. ET

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Secret split!

Miranda Lambert's married boyfriend convinced a judge to seal the court documents in his messy divorce exclusively learned.

The Turnpike Troubadours band member begged a judge in the District Court of Oklahoma County in Oklahoma to keep his divorce documents with Staci Nelson “offline” Radar confirmed.

Evan Felker’s wife, Staci Nelson, filed for divorce after his shocking relationship with Lambert was revealed.

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As they tried to end their marriage, they fought to keep their financial details secret from the public.

According to the court docket on June 19, 2018 the judge “agreed protective order and order directing all financial filings to be removed from online viewing.”

Blake Shelton's ex-wife and Felker were heating up their romance, making the little-known figure and his estranged wife famous, according to the documents previously obtained by Radar.

“The Respondent is a public figure and Petitioner is rapidly becoming one as well,” the documents filed on June 13, 2018 stated.

“The pleadings and exhibits will contain personal and private documents related to the finances of Petitioner and Respondent.”


The country star’s recent interview to HITS Daily Double – where she admitted she felt “so alone” after her public split from Shelton — was a ploy to make herself appear as a victim and not a homewrecker.

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“Staci and Evan know that Miranda was deflecting on what really happened with Blake since the world has seen her extended pattern of garbage behavior,” said the source.

An insider familiar with the love triangle between Lambert, Felker and Nelson said Felker’s wife is “sick” of Lambert. The source added Nelson believes Lambert will never admit she ruined another marriage.

“That the harm to the privacy of the Respondent, and now the Petitioner, to their public persona and finances and the dangers of unwanted unwarranted adverse consequences outweigh the public interest in allowing this material to be accessible from the online public record,” Evan’s attorneys argued in the documents previously obtained by Radar.

His request to “make all pleadings containing the parties’ financial information in the above styled case as 'Unavailable Online' to prohibit public viewing,” was granted on June 19, 2018.

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