Ex-CeaseFire director headed for divorce after abuse charge

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Weeks after former CeaseFire director Tio Hardiman was charged with domestic battery, his wife filed for divorce.

Alison Hardiman filed divorce papers in Cook County Court on Wednesday.

Tio Haridman is accused of punching and kicking his wife during an argument in their Hillside home. After the abuse allegation, he was let go from his job as the head of an anti-violence group.

Allison Hardiman was previously granted an order of protection against her husband of seven years.

Tio Hardiman’s next court appearance is July 2.


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