Keshia Knight Pulliam to Ed Hartwell: You're the Father!

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Keshia Knight Pulliam was hit with a double whammy this week.

Keshia Knight Pulliam Photograph

First, Ed Hartwell filed for divorce from The Cosby Show alum, despite the pair having only been married for seven months.

(They tied the proverbial knot during an intimate, small ceremony at the actress' home in January.)

But then the former NFL linebacker truly sacked Pulliam where it counts and where it hurts the most:

He demanded in his legal papers that she get a paternity test!

Indeed, Pulliam is pregnant with the couple's first child. But Hartwell clearly has questions over whether or not he's the father.

It's very safe to assume concerns over Pulliam's fidelity are what caused him to file for divorce as well.

According to TMZ, however, Pulliam is not sweating the paternity test demand. She is certain that her estranged husband is the man who knocked her up.

Keshia Knight Pulliam and Ed Hartwell wedding kiss

Sources confirm to the celebrity gossip site that Pulliam was “blindsided” by the divorce filing.

She knows she’s been faithful to Hartwell and has no clue why he would believe anything to the contrary.

The insiders also say that Pulliam is angry over Ed running so quickly to court to file divorce papers.

Is she aware that there are some hiccups in their relationship? Yes.

But she also believes married couples should work things out because that's what her parents have done to stay together for nearly 40 years.

Still. She should probably hire herself a good lawyer.

"What kind of man files for divorce from his pregnant wife?" a source asks TMZ, implying that this kind of man would not be the kind to change his mind.

(And would Pulliam even want to be with someone who made this decision in the first place?)

Pulliam will forever best be known for having played Rudy Huxtable on The Cosby Show.

Hartwell, meanwhile, played a total of five seasons in the NFL, amassing seven sacks while playing for the Ravens and Falcons.

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