‘Married to Medicine’ Star Miss Quad’s Ex Files New Documents Asking for Spousal Support

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In another round of documents filed in response to “Married to Medicine” star Quad Webb-Lunceford’s divorce, her husband Dr. Greg Lunceford is saying he did not treat her cruelly nor did he cheat.

In May, Lunceford responded to his estranged wife’s April filing for legal separation in which she claimed, “cruel treatment willfully inflicted” upon her by Dr. G “such as reasonably justified apprehension” for her mental health and adultery.

The couple confronted his alleged cheating during the season 5 reunion of the Bravo show. Lunceford had been seen leaving a hotel with a mystery woman, who later told The Shade Room he stopped getting intimate with her before things got too steamy.

The new paperwork obtained by the Jasmine Brand Wednesday, June 13 shows Lunceford isn’t taking the blame for that.

“Respondent denies that he has treated Petitioner cruelly,” it said. “Respondent further denies that he is guilty of adultery committed after the marriage between the parties.”

The documents also reveal Lunceford isn’t fighting the divorce. In fact, it says he’s “entitled” to the marriage ending on the grounds that “the marriage is irretrievably broken with no chance of reconciliation.”

Lunceford is also charging that Miss Quad is the one who is “guilty of cruel treatment, willfully inflicted upon” him.

The new filing follows one in which Lunceford accused his wife of taking pre-marital property from their home without his permission. He wants a judge to order her to return the items and for her to pay for his court fees. Lunceford also says he’s entitled to keep the residence and he’s seeking “periodic and rehabilitative spousal support.”

While Dr. G hasn’t spoken publicly about the divorce, his soon-to-be ex-wife has. She explained on “Sister Circle Live” Monday that she was able to leave by “choosing not to be in a state of depression, but choosing to be a victor.”

“A lot of times we put ourselves in suffrage and bondage, for what?” she said. “Because we feel that we need to be loyal to this person or situation even though it’s not right? Or things have shifted a little … I just choose to not fall victim to that. I choose to say, ‘This is the decision that I have made. I’m going to stand firm and strong on that and I’m gonna forge forward.’”

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