Second Gay Couple to Wed in Cincinnati is in 'Divorce Court' After 2 Months of Marriage
After the US Supreme Court legalized gay marriage last summer, 36-year-old Lena Williams and 25-year-old Crystal Zimmer Williams rushed to the courthouse in Cincinnati to tie the knot. They were the second gay couple to get married and were all over the news. After five years of dating and two months of marriage, however, the couple is in divorce court. Not just any divorce court, mind you -- they appeared on the nationally-syndicated TV show "Divorce Court" on Friday. Crystal is seeking a divorce from Lena. Lena, in turn, is asking the court to award her a bed, a TV, living room set, 2 cars and demand Crystal pay her $600 to be used as a security deposit for a new apartment. Before the judge made her ruling, we learned Lena cheated on Crystal for three years and, in an attempt to give Lena a "taste of her own medicine," Crystal slept with a man and a woman. In the end, Judge Lynn Toler saw the marriage as one that's worth saving and sent the couple to therapy.