connectVideoNicolas Cage wants annulment just four days after the last trip down the aisle
According to the court documents, Entertainment Tonight is reporting that actor Nicolas Cage has filed for annulment, four days after getting married. Cage and his wife Erika Koike began dates back to April, and applied for a marriage license and tied the know on Saturday. The actor has requested a divorce and an annulment is not possible.
The female Nicolas Cage was married four days before the filing of an annulment claims that they have the right to spousal support and wants the “Face/Off” star to pay for her legal costs.
The 55-year-old actor married Erika Koike during a night of drinking in Las Vegas after dating for a year. He has for an annulment just four days later, explaining in court documents that he was too drunk to be able to agree with the big decision.
NICOLAS CAGE CLAIMS HE WAS TOO DRUNK TO “UNDERSTAND” HIS MARRIAGE WITH ERIKA KOIKE: REPORT
“Prior to obtaining a marriage license and to take part in a marriage ceremony, [they] were both drinking to the point of intoxication,” the court papers state.
Nicolas Cage and Erika Koike filed for annulment just four days after getting married in Las Vegas.
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According to a report from TMZ, Koike agreed to a divorce, but cannot agree that the impulsiveness of the decision is eligible for an annulment. As a result, she believes that she’s eligible for spousal support. Koike claims that she lost career opportunities during the relationship as a result of her damaged reputation. Cage previously claimed that she got no information about her criminal history on him prior to the wedding ceremony.
NICOLAS CAGE FILES FOR ANNULMENT 4 DAYS AFTER GETTING MARRIED: REPORT
However, the plot thickens in that Koike revealed Cage asked her to start again “the right way”, only 12 days after the filing of a dissolution, which, it claims, prove the relationship was legit.
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Representatives for the Cage not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.