Nia Long Thankful For ‘New Spaces’ Months After Fiancé Cheated

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Nia Long’s fiancé Ime Udoka wasn’t the only one seeking a new home after his infidelity scandal. The longtime actress took to social media over the holiday weekend to express her gratitude for a new beginning!

“Thankful for the gift of new places and spaces,” Nia wrote in an Instagram caption, adding a red heart emoticon.

Her post was a picture showing a partial view of a kitchen and living room area. The home appears empty, but given Nia’s caption, that could soon change. As of Monday, the post is no longer available on Long’s page.

Nia’s New Location Unknown, Ime Remains In Boston

Her latest content, posted about 24 hours ago, is a photo of Viola Davis’ memoir Finding Me. Long tagged her industry peer and paid her a compliment saying, “one of my best reads all year.” Lately, the mother of two has shared pictures of her Halloween costume, a birthday shoutout for her eldest son, and promos for her upcoming film The Best Man Final Chapters. 

Otherwise, Nia has been quiet about her relationship status with Ime since releasing a statement in October. So, it’s unclear if the two have officially split and how they’re co-parenting their 10-year-old son Kez.

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Additionally, it’s unknown where Nia’s new space is located. According to TMZ, the actress relocated to Boston in September–just two weeks before the infidelity scandal broke. At the time, Nia and Ime were allegedly hunting for homes together.

 

Meanwhile, Ime, who lost the opportunity with the Brooklyn Nets, will likely remain in Boston as he sits through a one-year suspension. Earlier this month, the Nets selected Jacque Vaughn as their head coach after the owner Joe Tsai reportedly faced “strong voices” against hiring Udoka.

The Boston Celtics suspended their head coach in September for violating team guidelines. An internal investigation found that Udoka fostered an inappropriate, intimate relationship with a co-worker.

The co-worker was allegedly a married Mormon, mother of three named Kathleen Nimmo Lynch, the team’s service manager. Lynch was tasked with arranging travel, lodging, and game tickets for team family members. This means it’s likely she serviced Udoka’s family, Nia and Kez, during their relocation, per The Daily Mail. 


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