Alice Evans seems to claim she didn’t know Ioan Gruffudd filed for divorce this week until she read about it on the internet.
“Oh. Ok. Thanks for letting me know. I guess? 🥺,” Evans, 49, captioned a screenshot of a news story about the divorce filing.
In a second Instagram post, Evans appeared to imply that the “Fantastic Four” actor allegedly cheated on her.
“Do you what I’m mostly scared of? It’s who the girl is. I know! Why? Why would it even matter?” she wrote. “I’m scared that my little girls will be disappointed by their Dads behavior and model that in their future relations with the opposite sex.”
The couple — who wed in 2007 — share two daughters: 11-year-old Ella and 7-year-old Elsie.
Evans also said she was fearful of 47-year-old Gruffudd’s response to the fact that she publicized the divorce filing.
“I’m also scared of my ex-husband’s response to the fact that I had commented on his sudden decision to serve me. I know he’ll be angry. ( he is always angry – he was born angry),” she wrote.
“But, you see, I think this whole idea of queen [sic] your private lives private is… well. What leads to child abuse. And domestic violence. And mental abuse.”
Evans did not specifically say Gruffudd abused her or their children in any capacity.
In a follow-up post, Evans said she’s “very sad” as his decision came “out of the blue.”
Gruffudd’s rep didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment. A rep for Evans also didn’t get back to us.
As Page Six reported, Gruffudd filed for divorce in the Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday. Their dramatic split was first made public when “The Mentalist” actress tweeted in January that he was “leaving his family.”
“Me and our young daughters girls are very confused and sad,” she wrote at the time. “We haven’t been given a reason except that he ‘no longer loves me.’”
Following her tweets, the couple bizarrely released a joint statement that read, “As you can imagine, this is an incredibly difficult time for our family and we remain committed to our children. Thank you for respecting our privacy.”