By Sandra Rose  | 

Cassidy Sparrow/Getty Images

Steph Curry's mom, Sonya Curry, says estranged husband Dell Curry cheated on her with multiple women during their 33-year marriage.

The Currys made similar cheating allegations against each other in court documents obtained by TMZ.

San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images

TMZ Sports broke the news, 55-year-old Sonya Filed for divorce on June 14 in a North Carolina court, citing Dell's infidelity and "marital misconduct."

Dell responded with a scandalous court filing of his own, accusing his estranged wife of "acts of illicit sexual misconduct" prior to their trial separation last year.

Dell also claims she is now living with another man -- a very rich man. Dell claims Sonya should be prohibited from collecting alimony because she violated the bonds of their marriage.

Sonya fired back that she's in a "dating relationship" with another man who treats her like a queen.

Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Sonya said her current relationship didn't begin until months after she and Dell, 57, quietly agreed to legally separate.

She also notes that she is NOT living with the wealthy man. She lives alone in a modest apartment because Dell kicked her out of their home.

She claimed it was actually Dell who was unfaithful to her by hooking up with multiple loose women during their marriage.

She put up with his cheating ways for the sake of their children.

LightRocket via Getty Images

Sonya says Dell's infidelity was known to her children and close friends, and that his cheating was basically an open secret.

There are rumors that Steph, 33, convinced his mom to stay with his dad when she threatened to divorce him years ago.

San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images

Sonya told friends that, as Steph's popularity with the Warriors increased, Dell started behaving like a single man again.

Dell and Sonya married in 1988. In addition to Steph, they share son Seth Curry, 31, who plays for the Philadelphia 76ers, and daughter Sydel Curry, 26.

San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images

(l-r) Dell Curry, Sonya Curry, Steph's wife, Ayesha Curry, and Sydel Curry cheer during Game 5 of the Western Conference Playoff between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers in 2019.

Sonya claims she didn't initially file for divorce to protect [Dell] and their children "from possible public exposure and scrutiny."

Sonya says once Dell publicly accused her of being unfaithful "she was left with no choice" but to defend her honor.

Sonya claims the couple separated in March 2020.