Divorce can be ugly. Deborah Ray, the estranged wife of Memphis pastor Frank Ray, says he tried to mow her down with his $150,000 Bentley last month. She told sheriff's deputies the pastor showed up at their Eads, Tennessee home two weeks ago and accused her of driving his Bentley while he was out of town. TIn the midst of the argument she said he pressed on the gas and tried to run her down. Police continue to investigate.
Update, June 5: Oh, the drama! Pastor Ray says Deborah is emotionally unstable and refutes her claims he tried to run her down. He told a local news station: ”I drove my Land Cruiser to the house parked it and got in the Bentley. My wife came to the door, spoke to me. I pull off with the Bentley she took pictures while I was pulling off.” He was pulled over by officers a short time later, questioned and released. He will not face charges because Deborah, who was not injured, isn't cooperating with the investigators. Anywho, the drama between two has been going on since December, where Deborah's relatives got into a fight inside the church. The Rays separated that day and in March, Frank filed for divorce. In his petition, he asked for the the home as well as alimony from his wife. Wait, what? He wants the home and he wants her to pay him alimony? Sounds like he needs to sell either the Bentley -- or his BMW.