A former partner accused me of being an alcoholic during a relationship that ended in divorce, according to an ex-partners court filing obtained by The Associated Press.
The filing was made by a woman seeking relief for alcohol dependence and addiction after a three-year battle with alcoholism and substance abuse.
The woman, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said she left the relationship after it became clear that she did not have any sobriety and that she continued to drink and use drugs despite being sober.
The former partner also told the court that she was a heavy drinker who used drugs, alcohol and marijuana in addition to prescription drugs.
The ex-spouse sought financial support and treatment for her, but said she could not afford the costs.
In addition to being ordered to pay for counseling and treatment, she said she had to pay the bills.
“I never intended to harm (my ex-husband),” the ex-woman told the judge.
“That was my fault.”
The woman said she was trying to get a divorce because she believed her ex-wife had been cheating on her.
The judge ordered the woman to stay away from her ex and her children and ordered her to pay restitution for the ex’s treatment, which includes a $50,000 fine.
The case was one of many to be heard in California courts in recent years.
In February, a California woman who was divorced after seven years of marriage filed a divorce petition in federal court.
The couple had been married since 2001, and their daughter is now 18.
In 2015, a man filed a lawsuit in New Jersey alleging that his ex-girlfriend repeatedly raped him and beat him with a belt while she was pregnant with their daughter.
A California judge ordered a $500,000 settlement to be paid to the woman’s ex-boyfriend, but the judge rejected her request for financial support.
A judge in Florida rejected a woman’s request for support after she filed a $200,000 lawsuit against her former boyfriend, who was arrested in 2012 for allegedly raping her.