Tiffany Haddish is an American actress who rose to prominence with her role in NBC sitcom, The Carmichael Show. The multi-talented woman, Haddish, is busy with the TBS series, The Last O.G., and many other projects.
Haddish’s career hiked from comedy film Girls Trip, and she also published her memoir The Last Black Unicorn in 2017. Starting her career since 2005, Tiffany Haddish is enjoying a very successful career. However, things are different when it comes to her personal life— for example, a lawsuit with Haddish’s ex-husband William Stewart made headlines after suing her for defamation and the equally challenging divorce.
Therefore, let’s find out who Tiffany Haddish’s husband is and why did he sue his ex-spouse for defamation.
Who Is Tiffany Haddish’s Ex-Husband William Stewart?
Tiffany Haddish is a famous face, but her husband, William Stewart, likes to keep his information to himself. There is almost nothing that leads us towards Haddhish’s ex-husbands’ identity, and that sure is disappointing.
The only thing we know about Stewart is that he helped Haddish meet her biological father, who had abandoned her when she was three years old and remained absent for the majority of her life.
Furthermore, the former couple, Tiffany and William Stewart are rumored to have married twice. Their first wedding, however, was unique for Tiffany as her father walked her down the aisle. Stewart’s wife recalls the memory as the happiest moment of her life.
Furthermore, according to Daily Mail, Tiffany Haddish’s ex-husband is an army veteran. Unfortunately, Haddish-Stewart’s marriage took a completely different and quite exciting turn as Haddish published her memoir.
Looks Like There Was No Second Wedding
According to Tiffany Haddish’s memoir, The Last Black Unicorn, she married and divorced William Stewert twice. Similarly, Haddish leads that the estranged couple was married from 8 August 2008 to 2011.
Aforementioned, Tiffany mentioned that her father walking her down the aisle was the happiest moment for her. Sadly, the happiness did not last long as the couple parted ways after some years of tumultuous marriage.
Later, Tiffany Haddish’s ex-husband, William, confirmed that there was no second marriage, and the couple divorced in 2013. Furthermore, Tiffany had made allegations of a restraining order against William in 2011. But, Stewart sternly denied the false accusations.
It looks like there was no second chance, and the biography was somewhat a fiction. But who knows what happened between the two! Whatever the case is, both William and Tiffany are separated now and enjoying their respective lives.
But before that, the couple *SHOOKETH* the world with suing headlines. As stated above, people got to know a different dimension of their ‘once upon a time’ relationship.
Tiffany Haddish’s Ex-Husband Sued Her For Defamation
Tiffany Haddish and her former spouse started making headlines after William sued her for defamation and asking for damages over $1,000,000.
According to TMZ, all the claims of two marriages, and restraining orders were all false. Furthermore, Haddish’s ex-husband was painted as an abuser, lier, and maybe the possible reason for their unborn child.
Haddish never mentioned the name, but Stewart says that the chapter titled ‘The Ex-Husband’ on her book portrayed him as a monster. Because the Keanu actress was never married to anyone and thus all the claims were directed towards William.
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Tiffany Haddish’s Ex-Spouse’s Attorney’s Statement
Girls Trip actress Tiffany Haddish’s former partner, William Stewart, was disappointed by the allegations. Likewise, he was also pissed with his mother, Elnora Daughtery, as she claimed of abusing Stewart as a child and was aware of all the abuse saga going on in Tiffany-William marriage.
According to Daily Mail, Stewart claimed of having an audio clip of Haddish’s seeking the guidance of a psychic to help with her violent tendencies towards him, not vice versa.
Furthermore, Stewart’s attorney, Michael Sterling, told that the assertions made by the defendants about his client in the memoir, The Last Black Unicorn was distinctly false. He also called out Tiffany for painting her ex-partner as an abuser for her profit.