Robert Blake Files For Divorce From Third Wife After One Year Of Marriage

Robert Blake filed for divorce from his third wife after one year of marriage, according to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com.

The accused murderer and Pamela Hudak tied the knot in 2017 after knowing each other for decades, but their short marriage ended when he filed docs in Los Angeles Friday.

Blake filed the documents in the Los Angeles Superior Court, citing “irreconcilable differences.

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Blake was 68 when 44-year-old Bakley was gunned down on May 4, 2001, as she sat in their car outside a Studio City, Calif. restaurant. He was tried for her murder and acquitted in 2005. But Blake was later found liable for her death in a civil suit and ordered to pay $15 million to her kids, forcing him to file for bankruptcy.

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Hudak’s ex-boyfriend warned her about the marriage, telling Radar in an exclusive interview that he was surprised she was marrying Blake.

“She’s a very smart person so if anything is going on, or [if there are] any issues, she’ll know to get out before it’s too late,” said Richard Hendershot, who broke up with the future Mrs. Blake in February 2016.

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“Hopefully she’s making the right decision.”

Hendershot told Radar he was surprised his girlfriend reconciled with Blake.

“Robert and Pamela have been on and off for a long time. But his name never came up during our relationship,” said Hendershot.

“She saw him a couple times when we were together. But it wasn’t romantic, at least I didn’t think it was.”

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