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'Flip Or Flop' Star Christina Haack Files For 'Default' In Divorce After Ant Anstead Fails To Respond

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By Mike Walters

Christina Haack is asking for a 'default' in her divorce from ex-husband Ant Anstead after it appears the reality star failed to respond to her filing in an Orange County, California court.

According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the 'Flip Or Flop' star asked the court for the "default and judgment" on April 30, 2021. If approved, the real estate flipper can get a legal divorce from the 'Wheeler Dealers' star without him responding to the petition.

At this point, it's unclear if Ant is intentionally not responding or if he is just allowing the time to lapse for allowing for an "uncontested" divorce.

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Holding Out Hope?!


Normally, in a celebrity divorce that included minor children, the other spouse responds to the original divorce petition -- asking for things like spousal support, child support, and joint custody of the children.

In this case, we are guessing the ex-couple has an iron-clad prenup that lays out many of these issues for them -- but, with their baby son Hudson only being a year old, you would think he would negotiate a formal custody agreement.

Again, it's possible the ex-couple is privately working out details of the settlement, but they have not indicated specifics with the court.

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Flip Or Flop Star Selling The Couple's Marital Home


Interestingly, the default filing comes on the heels of Haack putting the couple's $6 million marital home on the market. We broke the story, Ant handed over the rights to the home after the couple tied the knot, giving full ownership to Christina.

The house is located in Newport Beach, California, and features 4,804-square-foot of living space, five-bedroom, and four-and-a-half-bathrooms.

As we reported, the couple announced their split after less than two years of marriage in September of 2020. The couple shares one child, a son, Hudson London.

"Ant and I have made the difficult decision to separate. We are grateful for each other and as always, our children will remain our priority," Christina posted on IG at the time. Adding, "We appreciate your support and ask for privacy for us and our family as we navigate the future."

Christina formally filed for divorce in November and asked for joint custody of their son.

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