10:53 AM PT — Cynthia’s attorney, Daniel R. Meachum, tells us they’ll be fixing the original petition for divorce — which included allegations of adultery — to only include irreconcilable differences.
He says, “The initial divorce filing between Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill, which included inappropriate adulterous relations, was incorrect. The sole reason for the pending divorce is due to only irreconcilable differences. An amended petition is being filed immediately to correct that allegation by the legal representation of Meachum and Associates.”
Cynthia echoes the statement, telling us he has not cheated and, “We are and always will be friends and wish each other well.”
Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill are signed, sealed and divorced — less than 2 months after announcing their split, they’ve hammered out a settlement … TMZ has learned.
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum and the Fox Sports anchor wasted no time putting together the divorce agreement — a Fulton County court judge signed off on it Thursday … so they’re both officially single.
The exes hit their 2nd anniversary back in October — without celebration, we should say — and then a few days later announced they were breaking up. In the divorce docs, obtained by TMZ, Cynthia says the marriage is irretrievably broken with no shot of reconciliation, and she accuses Mike of “inappropriate adulterous relations.”
As for Mike’s side — he’s choosing to remain silent, saying he will not file any response to the allegations. He actually signed the divorce agreement first, on October 20, and Cynthia signed on November 1.
‘RHOA’ Alum Cynthia Bailey Splits from Husband Mike Hill
The now-exes made it easy to go their own ways because they never intermingled their finances, taxes or property during their 2 years together.
They had 2 separate homes, which each will keep. They didn’t have kids together, and they’ve agreed neither will pay spousal support. Mike didn’t even retain a lawyer!
Cynthia and Mike threw a big lavish wedding, back in 2020, at Governors Towne Club in Georgia — and the party was featured in season 13 of ‘RHOA.’
In like a lion, out like a lamb.