Ed Hartwell & Long Time Girlfriend Expecting Baby, While He’s Still Married To Keshia Knight Pulliam

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Ed Hartwell-Keshia Knight Pulliam-Tonya Carroll

Ed Hartwell, ex-husband of Lisa Wu (RHOA) and estranged husband of actress Keshia Knight Pullam is expecting a baby with his long time girlfriend.

Ed’s former girlfriend Tonya Carroll or mistress depending on who you ask, recently posted on instagram that she’s on bed rest due to her delicate stage of pregnancy. Ed was dating Tonya before he married Keshia and Keshia claims he cheated on her with Tonya. Mess.

“Thanking God for a little sunshine while obeying Dr’s order of bed rest!! #trulyblessed #anotherchapter”

Tonya Carroll-pregnant

Shen then posted and asked her followers to guess if she’s expecting a boy or girl. She even threw in this gem, “Patience is Definitely a Virtue…. #alwaysinGod’sperfection “, I have a feeling that God had nothing to do with this.

Ed Hartwell-Tonya Carroll-pregnant

Ed is still battling his wife, Keshia in court over child support and their contentious divorce. The couple got married on the 1st January 2016.

Keshia announced she and Ed were expecting a baby on the 17th July 2016.

Eight days later, Ed filed for divorce on the 25th July 2016, cited irreconcilable differences, “such as constant disagreements on life changing decisions that couples typically make together.”

Keshia accussed Ed of cheating on her with an ex, this ex was Tonya Carroll.

It was revealed in the divorce proceedings that Ed Hartwell’s girlfriend / mistress / ex-fiance Tonya had asked about miscarriage pills for Keshia, as she didn’t want Ed and Keshia to share a child.

Ed has two children, a son with ex-wife Lisa Wu, named Edgerton Hartwell Jr, 10, his daughter with Keisha, Ella Grace Hartwell, 1, and now this new baby.

Tonya has a 15-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.

Good luck Tonya, you’re going to need it.

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  • Mixed Chick

    Wow. Ed is trash. People are so proud of the mess they’re raising these poor children in.

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