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Courtney Stodden's Divorce Proves True Love Is An Awful Lie
America's sweethearts, 19-year-old Courtney Stodden and her 53-year-old husband, Doug Hutchison, have announced their divorce after two years of blissful marriage.
Radar Online reports it was Stodden who ended the marriage and Hutchison is absolutely heartbroken at the loss of his teenage bride. Much as been speculated over the reason for the split, but it could have been the 37-year age difference that ultimately doomed their relationship.
The couple received massive amounts of controversy, as all true loves do, when they were first married in 2011 when Stodden was 16 and Hutchison was 51. As the attention toward their unusual courtship was waning, they made an appearance on VH1's "Couple's Therapy" to try and rekindle their fading relationship.
Hutchison is best known for his supporting role in "The Green Mile," and on TV's "Lost." Stodden is known for...well...
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