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Tamar Braxton deletes Instagram account after vowing to make peace with husband for the sake of their son

ABC/Lorenzo BevilaquaTamar Braxton officially quit Instagram on Wednesday morning, following the recent drama with her estranged husband Vincent Herbert over the holidays.

Prior to deleting her account, the Braxton Values star posted a message, seen by E! News, claiming the former couple did not reconcile as reported, but are still focused on co-parenting their four-year-old son, Logan Vincent.

“NOPE! Sorry! Not together but since the craziness the other day, we DID agree to create a better environment for my son!!” Braxton wrote. “Angry or not…it’s about my SON!!”

On December 30, Braxton claimed another woman had contacted her, saying she was pregnant by Herbert. 

But the two reportedly spent New Year's Eve together and were spotted with their son in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

Before the pregnancy news, according to TMZ, Herbert was arrested on Christmas Day and booked on suspicion of spousal assault.   

He was reportedly released a couple of hours later on $20,000 bond. 

Later on, in a statement to E! News, Braxton explained the incident.

"While celebrating the Christmas holiday as a family, after a few drinks and some jealousy, things got a bit out of hand," the statement read in part. 

"To be clear, there was no physical interaction between Vince and I on Christmas. While I do not appreciate his lack of respect for our family and him allegedly impregnating another woman, I cannot paint him as a vicious abuser."

Tamar filed for divorce from Vince last year, after months of speculation that their eight-year marriage was on the rocks. 

Tamar's mother, Evelyn Braxton, claimed to several media outlets that Vince physically abused her daughter.  

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