Country Star Jimmie Allen Reveals Twins Conceived with ‘Friend’ During Marriage Separation

Jimmie Allen clarified the confusion that surrounded the birth of twins in 2009.

The country singer admitted that he was not “together” with his estranged wife when his friend Danielle, who had been a close friend for many years, became pregnant with the fraternal twins Aria and Amari.

Allen shared an emotional interview on his YouTube channel with Kathie Lee Gifford, saying “I’ve been friends with Danielle for many years.” “Way before I became Jimmie Allen.” “I wasn’t with Lexi at the time she became pregnant with twins. And [Danielle] was not with her husband.”

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Allen said, “Danielle got pregnant first because Lexi and I weren’t with Danielle when she became pregnant. “Twins were the first to be born,” Allen said, referring to the pair that arrived in June 2023.

In April 2023, the “Best Shot’ singer and Lexi filed a divorce. Allen and his estranged spouse tried to mend their relationship shortly after the birth of his twins.

She gave birth to their third child, a son named Cohen, in September. They also share daughters Naomi, four, and Zara, two.

Allen has a nine-year-old son, Aadyn. He is the father of Aadyn from a former relationship.

When the news was announced of the birth of his twins, he said the truth quickly turned into lies.

He said, “I decided I would post my twins to my Instagram and it was all over the place.” “These articles are published, ‘Jimmie Allen gets married to pregnant superfan.’ This couldn’t have been further from the truth.”

“She is not a fan, she is a friend.” “She wasn’t there with her husband, and I wasn’t with my spouse.”

Allen said, “I’m healing and growing both for myself and my children.”

The singer has also spoken of contemplating suicide when he was accused by several women of sexual assault.

Allen’s former boss accused him in May 2023 of sexual abuse during their time working together. Since then, she has dropped her lawsuit against Allen. Allen apologized at the time to his wife, for “humiliating” her.

Allen counterclaimed that the encounters had been consensual. Two additional women sued for sexual abuse shortly after the suit was filed. He told Gifford the damage had already been done.

“It hit me. My life insurance covers suicide,” he said. “I don’t feel that way now, but in that moment, when you feel like you have nothing amid a society where it’s no longer innocent until proven guilty, you know you’re guilty. She said this, so it must be true.”

Allen is still struggling with depression and suicidal ideas, but the professional help he has received has changed his perspective.

He said that after a few weeks, he began to see the situation differently. “It changed from ‘God why am I going through this?’ to ‘God what do I need to learn’.” “It went from ‘God why is this happening to me?’ to ‘God what am I meant to learn?