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Arrest warrant issued for Sara Evans’ ex-husband

Arrest warrant issued for Sara Evans’ ex-husband

WANTED:Sara Evans is seen performing at a concert earlier this month. The singer's ex-husband allegedly owes more than $330,000 in back child support. Photo: Associated Press

A judge has issued an arrest warrant for country singer Sara Evans’ ex-husband over allegations he has failed to keep up with child support payments.

The musician divorced Craig Schelske in 2007 and they have been locked in a custody battle over their three kids since 2011.

According to TMZ.com, there is now a warrant out for Schelske’s arrest after he allegedly fell behind with child support payments to his former wife.

The report also suggests Schelske has filed for bankruptcy, listing $333,000 of debts to Evans, among other creditors.

In documents obtained by the website, he claims to only have chickens, firearms, books and DVDs as assets.

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