Woman accused of cheating with entire Wu-Tang Clan in one night
Judge Lynn Toler of Divorce Court is used to hearing crazy stories from couples who are beyond done with each other. But nothing came close to one man's accusation on Friday, when he blasted his girlfriend for having sex with every single member of the Wu-Tang Clan.
Lia Palmquist didn't deny knowing the members of the popular hip-hop group, which was hailed as the "best rap group ever" by Rolling Stone and had a number of huge hits in the '90s, including "C.R.E.A.M." Sure, she partied with them. She even hung out with them on their tour bus and in their hotel until 7 in the morning, according to MTV.com. But, you guys, that was where it ended. Really!
The members of Wu-Tang Clan, you see, are "gentlemen," Palmquist says. She also says they treated her "highly respectful," and said "I would never cheat on him. I would never be a bust-down or a groupie in that type of situation."
So yes, she was dating her man that fateful night she spent talking and hanging out with the Wu-Tang Clan, but she simply lost track of time, and the next thing she knew, she glanced down at her watch and realized it was morning. Oops!
But live-in boyfriend Nathan Sellers (wait a minute, you guys aren't even married, and you're dragging yourselves through Divorce Court?) wasn't buying any of that. He immediately accused her of having sex with Method Man, RZA, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Raekwon, Masta Killa, Cappadonna, U-God and Inspectah Deck. Whew — it's a miracle she had the energy to hop into a cab and make her way back home if she had really been that busy all night.
I don't know, you guys. I understand it sounds suspicious to hear about a woman who spent the entire night in the company of famous musicians. But in Palmquist's defense, the Wu-Tang Clan are better known for their thoughtful lyrics and interesting views on... uh... kung fu than they are their antics with groupies involving sharks (sorry, Led Zeppelin fans).
Also, why did this man wait two decades to bring this up in court? And again, why the heck are they even in court? Can't they split their furniture in peace and part ways?
Oh well. Can't say it doesn't at least make for interesting TV: