it depends on the person~ if i was madly in love with him, definitely; if i only kinda liked him, probably not.
it also depends on what caused the divorce. for example, if both parties realized that their relationship wasn't working and decided to be friends instead, fine... on the other hand, if the divorce was initiated because she tried to murder him or he cheated on her repeatedly, then absolutely not.
Here is something to think about. One of my girlfriends was with a guy for 15 years and when they broke up her status was single. Another friend was married for 3 years and they divorced, he status was divorced and people acted like there was something wrong with her. Not fair if you ask me.
At my age, there are still some women who have never been married: Sister Mary, Sister Theresa, Sister Ann, Sister Maria, etc. . . . but, of course, they are not available. The women who are available are primarily divorced, though some are widowed. However, a prior divorce does not necessarily indicate a character flaw in a potential mate. My current girlfriend remained with her husband, despite his infidelity, because they had a child together and, ultimately, he filed for divorce. I'm not recommending her for sainthood but I won't let her divorce have a predominant influence in my assessment of her character at the present.
I'd need to know a lot of the details. You can't just assume your new crush is the victim. Sometimes, they're the cobra. In time, the armor chips away, and you see what they're really hiding. Hopefully, before they bite you - or get someone else to do it.