A report has been released claiming that Sherri Shepherd’s ex-husband Lamar Sally wanted an amendment to the prenup agreement they both signed when they got married. However, it’s what’s in the amendment that surprised us more. Keep reading to see all the shocking details.
Sherri Shepherd, 47, and Lamar Sally’s relationship seemed a little rocky from the start, but nothing could have prepared our eyes for the report claiming that Lamar wanted Sherri to “not get fat” in an amendment to the prenup they both signed when they got married. And that’s not all that will shock you about this crazy change to the pair’s agreement.
Sherri Shepherd’s Ex Lamar Sally Demanded She Not Gain Weight With Prenup Amendment
Sherri and Lamar tied the knot in 2011 and understandably both signed a prenuptial agreement. However, at some point after the happy couple became “one,” Lamar wanted an amendment to the original document.
Her estranged husband wanted her to sign an agreement promising that she would “enjoy sex” and not get fat, according to TMZ.
What also came across to us as odd were the many other equally strange things he asked Sherri to sign off on:
“I enjoy having sex with my husband. I crave intimacy with him and want to be uninhibited and free in our lovemaking.”
Oh, and there was also this little gem:
“My body is important to me. I strive to maintain a healthy body weight and exercise at least three times a week.”
We’re not sure Lamar would so readily sign the same thing — not judging by the pictures we’ve seen of him.
Sherri & Lamar: Estranged Husband Demanded She Not Get Fat In Prenup Amendment
Sherri and Lamar’s prenup would serve to protect her $10 million fortune. But the fighting doesn’t stop at the prenup between these two, Lamar has also filed for full custody of their unborn baby boy.
The child is being carried by a surrogate and is due in July.
What do you think HollywoodLifers, do you think Lamar has gone crazy with all that he wanted from Sherri? Do you think Sherri regrets ever marrying him? Let us know what’s o your mind.
— Bryant Perkins