Judge Locks Down Evan Felker’s Divorce Amid Miranda Lambert Rumors

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Staci Felker/Instagram, Turnpike Troubadours/Facebook, Miranda Lambert/Instagram

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The judge presiding over Staci Felker and Evan Felker’s divorce has shut down any possibility of the court documents getting published online by agreeing to seal the records after Evan Felker filed a request with the court to do so – but why?

The saga of Staci Felker, Evan Felker, and Miranda Lambert allegedly started months ago – when Evan was on tour with Lambert and they began seeing one another in a more intimate manner. Unfortunately, Staci was still married to Evan during this time.

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Allegedly, Lambert and Evan Felker first met during several dates in early February. Felker’s band, the Turnpike Troubadours served as the opening act on a few shows of Lambert’s recent tour. Several outlets, including People Magazine, report that they hit it off immediately – but there was one problem: he was still married to his wife of more than a year, Staci Felker.

The reports stated that he filed for divorce on February 16th, and his soon-to-be ex-wife, Staci, filing her own case two weeks later.

Just a matter of weeks after that and news outlets had picked up the story of their rumored relationship and it spread like wildfire. As a result, his ex has become a fixture throughout all of it – and has posted many cryptic messages on social media…but none was more pointed than several recent updates from her and one of her closest friends. 

Staci Felker had filed for divorce on February 28th, 2018 in Oklahoma County and cited “irreconcilable incompatibility which has completely destroyed the legitimate aims of the marriage” as the cause.

While she hasn’t outright spoken directly on what happened and both Evan Felker and Miranda Lambert have remained mum on the subject, bits and pieces keep popping up online that play into the rumors.

What do you think of Evan Felker requesting the judge to seal the record this late in the procedure? Watch the video below and share your thoughts with us.