Carrie Underwood may move months after her "crazy accident" in front of her house.
The Country Star, 35, and his husband Mike Fisher, who plays for the NHL's NHL Predators, will not leave the capital of Tennessee but "look to move," a source tells PEOPLE.
"They are completely done with the neighborhood, the decision came after their case," the source said, adding that security issues also contributed to the couple's decision.
"They had many problems with neighbors that allowed people in the community to look around and everything escalated after the fall," the source explains.
An Underwood representative did not immediately respond to his father's request for comment.
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After Underwood and Fisher were married in 2010, they bought 400 acres of land in Franklin, where they were a According to US citizens, Underwood was overthrown in front of the house in Nashville on 10 November 2017. The sinister fall resulted in 40-50 strokes on the face and surgery for a broken wrist.  19659002] RELATED GALLERY: From Hurt to Healed: Any photo of Carrie Underwood since her accident
"Simple and simple, it was just a kind of freak accident," said Underwood Today 's Hoda Kotb in an interview that aired Thursday. "I just fell in. I was just stumbling with my dogs to do their business, it could happen to anyone."
Add: "I say that if I fell somewhere else, it would not have been a problem A small step I got down to and missed. "
Recently, on a Mother's Day in New York City for her activewear line with CALIA by Carrie Underwood, the mother of one exclusive told," I feel great . "