Only a few weeks after announcing their separation, Jimmie Allen and his wife Alexis Gale have formally filed for divorce. On April 28, which they also claimed as their date of separation, Allen and Gale filed for divorce, according to court documents obtained by ET. In addition, they both cited “irreconcilable differences” as the cause of their breakup.
Gale is expecting the couple’s third child and wants the couple’s two daughters, Naomi, 3, and Zara, 1, to live primarily with her. Allen is asking for shared custody of the kids. Aadyn, Allen’s 8-year-old son from a prior relationship, is also his child.
According to the documents, Gale would have to “prove that it is in the best interest of the parties’ minor children that wife be named the primary residential parent of the parties’ minor children with reasonable parenting time for husband upon the parties’ divorce.” She also requests that the “Down Home” singer pay for the health insurance for her and the children and that Allen name her as the beneficiary of his life insurance.
In the documents, Gale states that she is “dependent” on Allen’s income for her current and future support. She is seeking alimony, the awarding of her property, and a fair distribution of the marital assets. The couple’s divorce petition was submitted before a new sexual battery claim was made against the 37-year-old country singer.
According to a Variety article, a woman who served as Allen’s former manager has filed a lawsuit in federal court in Tennessee, alleging that on a business trip to Los Angeles in March 2021, Allen raped her after he appeared as a celebrity guest on American Idol. The lady, referred to as “Jane Doe” in the complaint, alleges that Allen repeatedly harassed and abused her sexually during their 18-month relationship as his day-to-day manager.
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The woman is also suing Wide Open Music, the management business that discovered Allen in 2016, and the organization’s founder, Ash Bowers, alleging negligence on the part of both parties. Doe asserts that she repeatedly complained to her supervisor about Allen’s alleged verbal harassment and that Wide Open Music discreetly withdrew Allen as a client in late 2022 after she revealed to Bowers that Allen had allegedly sexually assaulted her.
According to Bowers, the corporation has subsequently left the artist representation industry. In December 2022, Allen inked a contract with a boutique management company. Bowers claims that until Doe came up with her allegations of persistent physical, sexual assault in October 2022—more than a year and a half after she claims the abuse began—he was unaware of “the existence of a sexual or physical relationship” between Allen and Doe.
In a statement to ET sent by his lawyer, Allen acknowledges having a “sexual relationship” for almost two years with the plaintiff but insists it was consensual. He promises to “mount a vigorous defense” against Doe’s assertions. The statement says, “It is deeply troubling and hurtful that someone I counted as one of my closest friends, colleagues, and confidants would make allegations that have no basis.”
“I admit that we engaged in sexual activity, which continued for about two years. She never once accused me of doing anything wrong during that period and expressed a desire for our friendship and connection to last forever. “Only after things between us ended did she hire a lawyer to reach out and ask for money, which makes me wonder about her motivations,” the statement added.
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The plain fact is that her claims are highly damaging and incorrect. I’ve put a lot of effort into developing my profession, and I intend to vigorously contest her allegations and pursue any other appropriate legal remedies to preserve my image. The attorneys for Doe deny ever requesting money, telling Variety that “the only request we made of Allen and his counsel was to meet to discuss Allen’s behavior and resolution of our client’s allegations.
Our client never demanded money at any point. A stern “no” was given, along with a warning that my client would be publically defamed by his team if they didn’t comply. My client was forced to file the complaint proactively for her protection.
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