Her docs insist he knew that they were not married, pointing out that when he applied for a home loan in 2012, he supposedly wrote, "I filed my 2009 tax returns as a single individual because I am not currently married. Miss Davis and I cohabitate and co-parent our 3 children but are not officially wed."
On Wednesday, Jarrahy told Radar he finds Davis' claims "bizarre" and insisted "we were married." Davis' claims, however, could get the case dismissed. If so, Jarrahy wouldn't be entitled to the spousal support he requested in his petition.
His original filing also revealed they separated in November, and he cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.