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Deana Carter

Files for Separation

11/16/2012 3:57 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

"Strawberry Wine" singer Deana Carter has filed for legal separation from her husband, TMZ has learned.

Deana -- also famous for her song "Did I Shave My Legs for This?" -- filed the separation docs in L.A. County Superior Court, citing "irreconcilable differences."

In the docs, Deana claims she separated from her husband Brandon Malone in August 2011 -- fewer than two years after the couple got married.

Deana wants spousal support, and is asking the court to make Brandon pay her attorneys' fees.

They have no minor children.


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That song was yucky.

715 days ago


You can file that with Casper Van Diem Dating News.
It's under "W", for "Who Gives A ****?"
Deanne Carter? Never heard of her...
has the latest up to the minute Catherine Bach news!

714 days ago


Would love to give sweet Deana the wood over and over again!

714 days ago


Who is this?

714 days ago

Benny Barnes    

I met this chick a few times back when she was a big star in country music. Very sweet lady and very attractive also.

714 days ago


understanding many may have comments I will say that Deana is still my wife and though I do not agree with her decision I still love her. Your hateful comments are sick and a sad example of humanity. I hope life treats you better so you have no need to criticize those you do not know.

714 days ago

Miller Cerasuolo    

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705 days ago

Miller Cerasuolo    

Did she shave her legs for this? Deana Carter has filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable difference between herself and her husband of a little more than three years. According to the filing, Carter and her husband separated in August 2011 and have no minor children together. Carter apparently is seeking spousal support from her husband and requesting that he pay her legal fees. In Virginia, the couple could divorce following the execution of a written settlement agreement since they have been separated for more than six months and have no minor children in common. However, if Carter’s husband does not agree to her requests, the matter would have to be set to be tried before a judge. If he is agreeable, the couple may never have to appear before a judge in order to attain a divorce.

705 days ago
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