He married ex-wife Sharon Millete Wu one month after they met in 2006.My source said Keshia would creep around with Ed whilst he was engaged to his fiancée.He told us that after they wed, “she wanted a baby really fast, and what I was trying to explain to her was that — from my beliefs, from seeing other successful people — that when you first get married, especially since we didn’t have a long courtship, that we should actually focus on each other and not just have a baby.That’s something she really did want to do.” Hartwell added that in February he “had a sit-down” with his wife, who became the youngest-ever winner of an Emmy award for her role as Rudy Huxtable on the once-beloved NBC show. I think we moved too fast,'” he told us, “‘Our lives and wants are headed two different directions.'” During the heart-to-heart Hartwell confessed that his ex, whom he dated for four years, had “lost a baby” and it made him realize he still “cared about her.” Knight Pulliam was so upset after Hartwell’s admission that she virtually disappeared from his life.That’s right: Ed and another woman were My source said Keshia sold her condo and moved in with Ed just 2 months ago — after dating for only one month.The insider said Keshia and Ed dated for “2 or 3 months tops” before they got married.Keshia describes the details of the wedding in her podcast.
He played college football at Western Illinois and was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft.He finished his career with the Ravens with 337 tackles, six sacks and one interception.Court records show that Lisa Wu-Hartwell and Ed Hartwell borrowed .9 million to buy their suburban mansion in June 2007.They split in 2011 and their divorce was finalized in 2012 (she's now just Lisa Wu). In addition to raising her and Ed's 6-year-old son EJ, who's done some child modeling, she co-authored a book "about sisterhood," she told Essence, titled .She's also the same old Lisa—a mom trying to balance it all.On the show, we saw her as a successful businesswoman with a real estate firm as well as jewelry, baby and clothing lines.A lot has changed: Those business are no longer active—and Lisa and Ed's marriage is now over.for two seasons (she exited in 2009)—and original cast member Lisa Wu-Hartwell's life has been chock-full of drama since her exit.Lisa, who was divorced from first husband Keith Sweat, with whom she has two older boys, had moved on with NFL player Ed Hartwell by the time premiered in 2008.“[Knight Pulliam] wasn’t mad that I still cared about her,” Hartwell, who played for the Baltimore Ravens, said.“All she was a mad about was, ‘You don’t want to have a baby, but you’re mad about her baby. And there was a big fall-out.” Hartwell added that his wife fled to visit a spiritualist and “started going out with friends all the time and not telling me when she was coming home or sometimes not coming home at all.” After the confrontation, Hartwell — who has a 9-year-old son, Ed Jr.