Emirati woman fights for bigger divorce settlement from porn-obsessed husband

Emirati woman fights for bigger divorce settlement from porn-obsessed husband
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Published July 30th, 2012 - 05:38 GMT via SyndiGate.info

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Going under the judge's hammer
Going under the judge's hammer

A woman who ended her marriage because she claims her husband spent too much time watching pornography is fighting for a bigger divorce settlement.

Dubai Courts granted the Emirati woman the divorce and ordered that the husband, who is also Emirati, pay her Dhs100,000.

However, she feels the payout is insufficient and has lodged an appeal to get more.

  1. A woman who ended her marriage because she claims her husband spent too much time watching pornography is fighting for a bigger divorce settlement

During the divorce hearing, the court was told that the woman discovered on her wedding day that her groom had a sexually transmitted infection.

A source close to the case told 7DAYS the man had syphilis.

“She told him not to touch her because she was afraid she would catch it. He told her he was getting medical treatment,” the source said.

“Later on, more problems developed between the two and she found him pleasuring himself and watching porn movies,” the source added.

Records show the couple finally split when the husband went to Thailand for a trip. He sent her roses claiming he would be back shortly but after a couple of days he allegedly texted her and asked her to send her maid to collect her stuff from their home.

The court had been told that the woman’s family paid Dhs280,000 towards the marriage expenses and that the bride gave the groom Dhs30,000 to arrange the honeymoon but he just booked them into a cheap hotel.

A date for the appeal has not yet been set.

 

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