Sam Hunt’s Pregnant Wife Withdraws Divorce Complaint

It turns out, Sam Hunt and his wife are not splitting up — at least, not right now.

The country artist’s pregnant wife, Hannah Lee Fowler, withdrew her divorce complaint hours after she filed it on Friday (February 18), PEOPLE confirmed late Tuesday night (February 22). The news outlet noted that Fowler reportedly asked for the petition to be “voluntarily nonsuited without prejudice,” which allows her to file for divorce again in the future. Her lawyers have not publicly commented on the matter as of publication time on Wednesday morning (February 23).

TMZ was first to report that Fowler filed to divorce the “Breakup in a Small Town” singer in Tennessee, a no-fault divorce state. The entertainment news hub reported on Tuesday that Fowler sought to end the five-year marriage because Hunt is allegedly “guilty of inappropriate marital conduct” and “guilty of adultery.” She apparently believed that “all hopes of reconciliation are exhausted.”

Court documents show that Fowler is due to give birth to the couple’s first child in May, though she and Hunt never publicly announced the pregnancy. Fowler wanted primary custody and child support, and requested “transitional alimony, rehabilitative alimony, and alimony in future,” according to the since-withdrawn filings.