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A Timeline of Married to Medicine's Quad Webb's Relationship with Dr. Gregory Lunceford

Quad Webb brings the shade on Married to Medicine, but how has her love life fared over the years?

By Shameika Rhymes

One of the most entertaining women on Married to Medicine is Quad Webb. From her shady Tennessee accented-laced jabs to her passion for her dogs, Quad is the friend to call on when things need a little lightening up. In the upcoming tenth season of the hit series, Quad is dating again after her divorce from Dr. Gregory Lunceford. 

How to Watch

Watch Married to Medicine Sundays at 9/8c and streaming next day on Peacock.

RELATED: Meet Lateasha Lunceford, Dr. Gregory's New Love on Married to Medicine

Here’s a look at Quad and Dr. Gregory's relationship timeline. 

How Long Were Quad and Dr. Gregory Together?

Their marriage was certainly one that had its fair share of ups and downs, which were documented on the show. From Season 1, we learned of events around a spat the couple had that landed them both in jail. Quad said she was angry and threw a bowl at him — so he called the police.

However, they loved each other enough to keep the marriage going. They were married for six years after tying the knot in 2012. In an interview with Life & Style magazine, Quad stated, “I’ve been with my husband now for 10 years and married to him for six. That’s a long time vested, but I will say this: It doesn’t matter the time that’s spent if it hasn’t been a time of happiness.”

They officially divorced in 2019 and have no children together. 

Why Did Quad and Dr. Gregory Divorce?

Quad Webb Gregory Lunceford Relationship

The couple tried to discuss his emotional vacancy multiple times on camera throughout Married to Medicine's first six seasons, but Dr. Gregory, a psychiatrist, always got up and left the conversation. Quad admitted to blocking his phone number when she would get angry. She also wasn’t pleased with his lack of support when she wanted to create a dog clothing line.

A sore point was that Dr. Gregory was ready to have kids and Quad wasn’t. Quad ultimately filed for divorce in 2018 due to his alleged infidelity. Dr. Gregory admitted to accompanying a woman to a hotel room with a friend but claimed nothing happened during the Season 6 Married to Medicine reunion. The woman in question, Jackie Presley, spoke out with different details, saying he said he wasn’t married and the two had oral sex, which Dr. Gregory denied. She also sent a DM to Quad to share what happened after she realized he was on a reality show.

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In Season 6, Quad came to terms with her husband’s infidelity, admitting that she believed Presley’s side of the story. Quad went on to tell Life & Style that she tried everything in her power to bring her failing marriage back to life. “We’ve tried marital counseling. I’ve bought books for us. I have written things down. I have also tried to lead by example. And now, you’ll see in the show that we have a marital focus group that we are a part of,” she said. “So, I’m literally trying everything that I can to salvage my marriage.” 

The former couple also accused each other of abuse during the relationship. Their divorce was finalized in 2019.

Who is Quad Dating Now?

As of right now, Quad isn’t publicly dating anyone. Earlier this year on Sherri, she confirmed she was single. Though time will tell if that remains the same once Season 10 starts up ... 

Meanwhile, Dr. Gregory has moved on and is newly married to his bride Lateasha. The couple tied the knot in April in Atlanta, and will be featured on the new season of Married to Medicine. In an Instagram discussion with Heavenly, Quad stated she felt disrespected with the return of Dr. Gregory on the show with his new wife in tow. The drama ensues. 

Season 10 of Married to Medicine premieres on Sunday, Novemeber 5 at 9:15 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.

Catch up on all seasons of Married to Medicine on Peacock!  

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