A multi-millionaire pop star had a spur-of-the-moment Vegas wedding which was annulled just over 2 days after it occurred. Within months, she married again, this time a man who already had a child out of wedlock and another on the way at the time of the wedding. They made a reality show about their relationship.
A former United States president was caught, tried, and nearly impeached for having an extramarital affair during his term. The woman was a staff member and parts of the liaison occurred while they both were at work.
A Georgia woman cost law enforcement tens of thousands of dollars and many man-hours when she abandoned her fiancé, with whom she was living, and fed false reports of kidnapping and rape to family and police alike-- because she felt she could not handle the pressure of her upcoming wedding.
The heir to the English throne and his first wife divorced only a few years into their marriage, largely due to his long-term infidelity. He then moved on to marry the woman with whom he had been cheating.
Multiple game shows and reality shows exist with the sole purpose of finding individuals willing to fight over another person whom they have never met, with the intent of entering a legally binding marriage at the end of the show.
An actor carried on an extravagant off-again on-again engagement with an actress coming off her second failed marriage. She she finally called it off, in part due to substantial allegations of his infidelity. He went on to propose to another woman of the same name and profession less than a year later. She married a singer about three months after ending her previous engagement.
...and you're saying GAYS are destroying the sanctity of marriage?Back