"I love who he pretended to be," she said during an interview with Entertainment Tonight. "When he said he wanted our marriage, he wanted our family - I believed him. That's why I gave him this one last chance, only for him to pull the rug from under me and blindside me."
Pulliam is expecting a girl and said the stress of the divorce proceedings isn't healthy for her body or the baby. She conducted the interview without her wedding ring on and indicated she's not interested in staying married.
The two married on Jan. 2 and recently separated, according to court documents. The divorce paperwork, filed this week in Fulton County Superior Court, is pretty light on details. The entire thing is three pages long and says almost nothing:
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