The offended woman decided to partially comply with the court decision
A resident of American Utah, who survived the divorce process, was drawn into a new one: the former betrothed decided to also share the jointly acquired property.
In his statement of claim, among other things, the man demanded that he also get a weighty album of photographs in which his wife poses either in underwear, or topless, or even completely naked. The judge granted his request.
43-year-old Lindsey Marsh was taken aback by this decision.
– Basically, my ex-husband makes me distribute porn, and he thinks it’s okay. His lawyer thinks the same. And the worst thing is that the judge also thinks so. – He speaks she is.
The already offended woman decided to partially comply with the court decision: she gave the required photographs to her ex-husband, but first retouched those parts of the body that, in her opinion, no one else should see now.
– This is my body. The referee does not have to decide who can see him. March says.
She is surprised that the faithful, with whom she has been married for 25 years, did not mention in his lawsuit any family photos or photos of their three children, but only homemade porn.
Chris Marsh responded to her bewilderment by calling his demand “divorce retribution.” He also stated that he needed not so much these photos as a keepsake, but the inscriptions made in the album under them by the hand of Lindsey herself in the best years of their life together.