While The-Dream was trying to hammer out a settlement, Christina Milian was thinking they were getting back together.
The singer and her producer hubby "subsequently reconciled and had marital relations on numerous occasions" after he served her with divorce papers in February, "just days" before she gave birth to their daughter, Milian states in her official response, filed July 16 in Fulton County, Ga., Superior Court.
Sure enough, Milian did lend her signature (as Christina Flores) to the required pages of The-Dream's lengthy petition, which included a waiver of alimony on both ends and a clause that their cars, home and furnishings would not go to anyone other than the person who bought the stuff.
A status conference hearing was scheduled for today.
But in her response, Milian demands that the rapper-producer's divorce complaint be dismissed on "numerous grounds," including:
• They were not living in a bona fide state of separation as he alleged.
• He served her with the papers while she was bedridden and days away from giving birth.
• They seemingly reconciled and were sleeping together after the Feb. 17 filing date, thereby altering the whole situation.
• The-Dream's filing states that there were no minor children involved. She gave birth to their daughter on Feb. 26.
• She's entitled to money.
"If the parties' marriage is determined by the court to be over," Milian states, "it is due to the adultery of [The-Dream]."
Their split was made public earlier this month after photos surfaced of The-Dream, whose real name is Terius Nash, frolicking with an apparent gal-pal in the ocean.
—Additional reporting by Ashley Fultz
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