Meghan, 34, learned that Jim, 48, had sent explicit text messages to another woman from media reports. When the story broke, the former baseball player admitted to making a mistake, but denied ever physically cheating on his wife.
"Regrettably, I had a lapse in judgment. I engaged in an inappropriate conversation with this person,” Jim told Us Weekly on Thursday, June 13. “But at no time was there any type of relationship or physical contact. Absolutely none."
Meghan admitted she didn't know what to believe in her blog, but revealed that she hoped their relationship could bounce back from his affair.
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"Do I believe him? I don’t know. Because I don’t trust him anymore. Physical or not, he still had an affair and he admits this to me," she wrote before adding later, "Ultimately, I have hope our marriage can recover."
Meghan's decision over whether to stay with Jim is complicated by the fact that they're currently trying to figure out what's wrong with their 12 month old son Hart's health.
"And all of this could not have come at a worse time. Again, something I wasn’t ready to share but here I am sharing it: we are worried our son, Hart, might have a neurological disorder. It’s been the most trying last couple months of my entire life and we still don’t have answers," she divulged in her post.
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