‘RHOA’ star Drew Sidora, husband Ralph Pittman file for divorce 61 minutes apart

It’s over between Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman.

The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star filed for divorce from her husband Monday after nearly nine years of marriage.

TMZ reported that Sidora, 37, submitted her petition at 1:10 p.m., beating Pittman, 40, to the Gwinnett County courthouse in Georgia by 61 minutes.

Pittman’s own documents were stamped at 2:11 p.m., signaling that the divorce is already contentious.

In fact, the estranged couple can’t even agree on when they separated: Sidora listed Feb. 23, while Pittman said Feb. 19.

Both parties did, however, concede that their union is “irretrievably broken,” according to the outlet, with the Bravolebrity adding that she “reserves the right to add additional ground for divorce” if the pair cannot amicably reach a settlement.

Page Six has reached out to Sidora for comment.

Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman posing for a photo on a beach.
Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman have called it quits after nearly nine years of marriage.

The “Game” star and Pittman said “I do” in August 2014.

They share two children: son Machai, born in June 2015, and daughter Aniya, whom they welcomed in February 2018. The actress also has an older son, Josiah, 11, from a previous relationship.

The filings come just two weeks after Sidora helped celebrate her husband’s 40th birthday with an elaborate bash.

“#itsAParty #Happy40th,” she captioned a video last month.

Drew Sidora and Ralph Pittman posing for a selfie.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star and her husband both filed for divorce.

The pair’s marital woes were well documented on the hit Bravo series, with the “That’s So Raven” alum revealing at one point that she had stopped wearing her wedding ring.

“At first, mine wasn’t fitting after the babies. And then as I lost weight, we were having some issues. So I just never put it [back on]. I stopped wearing it,” she told her castmates and their husbands during an episode that aired in May 2022.

“I should be wearing it. I’m sorry. But at marriage counseling that we just had, we made an agreement which, so, for 30 days, we can’t … argue, attack each other, disrespect.”

Drew Sidora posing with her three children.
The pair share two children, along with a son from one of Sidora’s previous relationships.

In the episode, Sidora’s co-star Kandi Burruss also asked the couple for an update about Pittman’s former female assistant, who offered him a massage in an allegedly flirty text exchange.

“I had to fire the assistant, you know?” Pittman said, to which his wife responded, “Emotionally, I’m still dealing with the fact that we were even dealing with another woman, you know, and even that conversation.”

 Drew Sidora, Ralph Pittman at Watch What Happens Live in NYC
The pair’s ups and downs were documented on the Bravo show.
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Sidora’s fellow “Housewives” certainly didn’t hide the fact that they weren’t Pittman’s biggest fans, as Kenya Moore said she finds Pittman to be an “a—hole.”

“See, let me say this to you right now. If my husband said that to me, I would flip this table over because that is so disrespectful,” she explained, drawing comparisons to her estranged husband, Marc Daly.

Moore continued, “That would piss me the f—k off if somebody said that to me to my face — especially if I’m hurting. Do you not understand that? You’re tearing her down.”

Ralph Pittman and Drew Sidora kiss on the red carpet
Several “RHOA” cast members expressed their dislike for Pittman.
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Despite their ups and dows, Sidora told BET last summer that the pair planned to continue working on their relationship.

“I thought it was like Cinderella, like a happily ever after, and so we thought that’s what it was going to be,” she said.

“My parents who have been married for like 60 years made it look so easy. I’m in a situation where we have children, we’re moving to a new city — life is happening and people are growing as well as changing.”

She added, “It’s hard because sometimes you’re like, ‘Do I need to stay in this marriage or am I better off by myself?’ Then I think to myself, when two people commit and you keep committing to each other, what can we do to fix this?”

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