A guy Fantasia has been seen in a few pictures with may have been a married man, but she's not the one who landed him in divorce court.
She doesn't think so, anyway.
"Fantasia is certain that she is not responsible for the deterioration of the Cooks' marriage," the singer's manager, Brian Dickens, said in a statement to E! News.
That most certainly is not what Antwaun Cook's wife thinks, though.
In her divorce petition filed last Wednesday, Paula Cook singles out Fantasia's "covert adulterous affair" with her husband as the reason for their breakup, stating that Fantasia once told her over the phone, "He don't want you. Maybe the next time that you get a husband you'll know how to keep him. That's why he is here with me."
Cook claims that the affair began in August 2009 and that her "Husband and Ms. Barrino have at times recorded their illicit sexual activity."
According to WCNC-TV in Charlotte, N.C., North Carolina is one of seven states where an alleged "other woman" can be sued. (Illinois, where Gabrielle Union was sued by Dwayne Wade's wife, appears to be another.)
"Fantasia will weather this Storm with the dignity and grace that she has exemplified throughout a life in which she has repeatedly overcome obstacles and challenges," continued her manager's statement regarding the allegations. "Fantasia's faith in God, herself and family remain as strong as ever."
But while Cook didn't mention the accusations in detail, Fantasia's lawyer isn't being quite so magnanimous.
"Mrs. Cook gratuitously included claims about Fantasia to sensationalize that litigation and to insure that her tale would be picked up by tabloids," attorney Gina Morris told TMZ. "The fact that she would seek such publicity in a case involving her children is particularly disgraceful."
Antwaun and Paula Cook have two children, ages 1 and 4. Paula is seeking full custody, as well as child support and alimony.
While Fantasia's in kind of a weird spot right now, let's see what some other American Idol alums are up to.