The statement comes a week after the country singer was accused of sexual assault by a woman on his management team.
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The couple revealed that they are parting ways a few weeks before Allen was accused of sexual assault by a woman on his management team.
The accuser says Allen repeatedly abused her and that she was fired when she complained. He denies the accusations and plans to "mount a vigorous defense."
"Our number one priority is and always will be ensuring that our children are happy, healthy and loved," the country star wrote in a statement posted on Friday (April 21).