Former husband of “Real Housewives of Orange County” David Beador is no longer seeking a divorce from his new wife, she said.
Here’s what you need to know:
Lesley Beador took to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday, September 21 to announce that the previously reported divorce between her and David has fallen through.
“My husband applied for his release a few days ago,” Lesley wrote. “Now back to your regular program.”
No discharge has yet been recorded, according to the Superior Court of California, Orange County, where David originally filed for divorce. This may mean that the system has not yet been updated or that the paperwork has not yet been digitized. Heavy contacted the courthouse for clarification but has yet to receive a response.
Heavy has also reached out to Michael Monarch, David’s attorney, and has yet to receive a response.
The couple wed on October 15, 2020, shortly after announcing they were expecting their first child together. Their daughter Anna Love was born on February 5, 2021.
David was married to RHOC star Shannon Beador and their marital issues, including David’s infidelity, were major storylines on the show.
According to the original breakup documents that Heavy received, David filed for divorce from Lesley on September 15, 2022, giving the date of separation as the same day. The papers cited “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the divorce, and Beador asked for an “equal timeshare” for their 19-month-old daughter. Additionally, Beador asked the court to “end” partner support, meaning he was unwilling to pay alimony.
Under the community property decree it is written: “Given the very short term marriage, there are nominal assets and liabilities of the community property. The true nature and extent of the community assets and debts will be determined at a settlement or trial.”
The signature page shows that David signed on August 31, 2022.
“He left Shannon and went back to her once too,” one pointed out. “I’m not advocating divorce, I’m just saying there might be a pattern.”
“Why would you want to get back with someone after they filed for divorce and publicly announced it?” asked one fan. “Red flags are everywhere, and she’s ignoring them.”
“I don’t think I could take back someone who decided they didn’t need me that much in their life anymore that they actually took the steps to file for divorce and let the public know about it,” wrote one fan. “Like boy, when you get to this point I hope you’ve given it long and hard thought.”
One fan agreed, writing: “Yeah it feels like this will linger on the relationship forever. Knowing that there is already a certain point at which your spouse will leave you and wondering when they might decide to do so again. Oops.”
“Tacky as sh*t,” someone wrote. “David probably can’t afford to divorce her!”
“There are many red flags with David. TBH, she seems to be a bit of a red flag herself. Maybe they deserve each other (FTR: this doesn’t include abuse, nobody deserves this)” pointed out another fan.
“Not the flex she thinks it is,” one fan wrote.
“The guy is smitten. I wouldn’t want to be married to him,” one wrote.
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