On Monday, The Guardian posted online the case records it used for its original report hours after CNBC broke the news that the file had been sealed to public inspection at Allison's request.
In December 2009, Allison claimed, Stephen Moore created two accounts on the dating web site Match.com, "the sole purpose of which was to connect romantically with other women." After meeting and dating "at least one other woman" through those accounts, Stephen Moore, "by his own admission, commenced a romantic adulterous relationship with Sherri Wallmark" by February 2010, court records state.
Moore "was neither discrete nor inconspicuous with his relationship with Ms. Wallmark," Allison claimed in her divorce action. "In fact, he tastelessly and open spoke with [Allison] on several occasions about plans and events he was attending with Ms. Wallmark."
Allison also claimed Stephen left documents around their house related to his relationship with Wallmark, including "bills showing extravagant dinners," charges for gasoline purchased near Wallmark's home and an airline ticket bought by Stephen with Wallmark listed as a passenger. Allison's complaint said she saw a T-shirt that Stephen had bought for Wallmark with the Nike logo and the words "Doing it."
Wallmark, in an interview with CNBC, denied knowing Moore "when he was married," although she did not deny having been in a relationship with him in the past.
"That's not true," Wallmark said when told that Allison had accused Stephen Moore of committing adultery with Wallmark. "His ex-wife is literally nuts."
Allison Moore's lawyer David Roop declined to comment on Wallmark's remarks.
She said in court records that she had been "a good and dutiful wife" to Stephen, but that she "has suffered emotional and psychological abuse" from him "throughout their marriage." Allison Moore said in her filing that in the fall of 2009, she "had no other option but to leave the marital home with" the youngest of their three children, then aged 8, "to protect herself from Defendant" and his influence on their two older kids. Her intent, she said, was to give Stephen "space ... to allow him to get help and change his behavior." At the time, she wrote, she hoped she would be able to reconcile with him.
"Since then, [Stephen] has neither altered his behavior towards [Allison] nor ended his adulterous affair," the complaint said.
Allison's complaint called her the "primary caretaker and role model" for their children. Stephen, on the other hand, "has recently acted indifferent towards their children," and was providing "little or no supervision" to their two older sons, who were living with him in the marital residence, the complaint said.
In a May 2011 filing by Stephen, he wrote that he "admits all the allegations" in Allison's complaint.
Since the divorce, however, the two have reached an understanding.
"Allison Moore and I were married for 19 years and have three wonderful sons whom we have co-parented," Stephen Moore said in a statement provided to CNBC. "Our divorce was settled amicably many years ago and we remain on friendly terms to this day. She is a terrific mother and I hold her in the highest regard."
He added: "Allison, our kids and my current wife would hope that the media would please respect our privacy. I am happy to speak to the media on any matters related to the economy or my views on the Fed."
Allison Moore, in a statement released by Stephen's spokeswoman, said: "Steve Moore and I reconciled through our divorce many years ago and we would hope the media would respect our privacy. We remain on cordial terms."