Let me out!
Kelly Dodd filed unfortunate justice papers vagrant a judge to finish her matrimony immediately, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.
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The Real Housewives of Orange County star wanted a divorce from Michael Dodd as fast as possible, pleading for the judge to speed up the apart process.
“Petitioner requests stop of marital status,” the papers filed on Dec 1, 2017 and obtained by Radar stated. Kelly asked the judge to “sever (bifurcate) and extend an early and apart trial,” so that she could be out of matrimony ASAP!
“Irreconcilable differences have arisen between respondent and me, and the matrimony has broken down over repair,” Kelly pronounced to the judge in the papers obtained by Radar.
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Her imploding matrimony was showcased on RHOC and Kelly told the judge that she believed her husband was intentionally negligence down the process.
“Additional thoroughfare of time will not support us in reconciling the differences,” she wrote in justice docs obtained by Radar.
“I am endangered that respondent is purposefully loitering the finalization of this case. Accordingly, we ask that the justice cancel the standing of the marriage.”
She explained her story in the flighty marriage, noting: “The petition for retraction of matrimony was filed on Mar 6, 2012. Respondent filed a response on Apr twentieth, 2012. By the conference date scarcely 6 years will have elapsed given the justice acquired office over respondent.”
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Kelly and Michael were still fighting over finances and control of their daughter, Jolie, but she wanted to pierce on with her singular life as shortly as possible.
A conference on the matter was fast scheduled for Jan 5, 2108 according to the papers obtained by Radar.
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