There are a number of factors that you have to consider, including the language of the decree and sometimes even the particular judge that is presiding over your case.
With that said, the Court is unlikely to excuse you violating the order against cohabitation simply because your ex-wife is violating it.
You can take a copy of your decree to an attorney for a consultation on enforcing the no-cohabitation clause against her, if you wish.
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