I Now Pronounce You Man and Felon
We've come a long way in the fight for women's rights. Proof of that could be found in a New York courtroom where Nicole Osborne sat facing charges of domestic violence for assaulting her boyfriend, Theodore Murphy. Spousal abuse isn't just for men anymore, and in turn, it appears that turning a blind eye to it out of love is no longer solely the domain of love-stricken pop singers from Barbados.
Oh yeah, it looks funny. But wait until you see where she plans to sheath that thing.
No matter the beatings, Murphy decided that Nicole Osborne was the woman for him and, right there in court, decided to propose. Unfortunately, a restraining order taken out against Osborne following the assault prevented him from speaking directly to her. To get around this, prosecutors moved to have the restraining order amended on the fly to allow non-criminal contact, because obviously this was a matter that couldn't wait until the two parties were no longer embroiled in a fight for one half's freedom.