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Findleys Divorce Case Takes New Turn

By Grace Q. Bryant
Former Foreign Minister Gbehzhongar Findley’s wife Kadiayatu Findley’s has filed a US$ 1.5 million lawsuit against her husband alleged girlfriend Lydia Garnett-Sherman at the Civil Law Court.
Madam Sherman is the Deputy Minister for Social Protection at the Ministry of Gender.
Madam Kadiayatu Findley’s action of damages for Alienation of Affection according to the petition comes after her husband filed an application to the court seeking to end his 20-year old legal contract with her for impartibility of temper.
Madam Findley’s lawyer Cllr. Johnny Momoh Wednesday filed a five-count complaint to the court accusing Minister Sherman of allegedly disturbing his client’s legal house by going publicly with Mr. Findley as husband and wife.
Judge Peter Gbeneweleh’s Writ of Summon is demanding Minister Sherman to respond to Madam Findley’s claims against her on or before March 5, 2020 or risk default judgment consistent with law.
In 2014, the office of the President Pro-tempore of the Liberian Senate was a scene of what many referred to as “total madness” before employees and visitors, when the wife of then Senator Milton Findley reportedly attacked him for alleged extra-marital affairs.
Madam Findley’s attack was characterized by insults and destruction of personal belongings of then President Pro-temp Findley, including cell phones.
However, the ex-Minister’s lawyer, Cllr. Samuel Pearson, filed an application of divorce for impartibility on his behalf after he alleged of being thrown out of his home by his enraged wife.
In resistance to the petition filed by her Husband, madam Findley’s lawyer Cllr. Johnny Momoh denied the assertions against his wife of being argumentative and aggressive and later threw his things in the street.
According to Cllr. Momoh that at no time Madam Findley threw her husband things out, rather he left his home, after he was caught into extra marital affair in 2015, with one Tenneh Rose-Blackie that he has three kids by including two girls and one boy.
Madam Findley’s lawyer argued that his client husband’s action of divorce, lacks the legal basis, and is subject for dismissal noting, that Mr. Findley has defiled his marital bed by allegedly engaging into extra affairs with two different women, Tenneh Rose-Blackie and Angel Bull, now deceased.
Meanwhile, the argent now is that Madam Findley says she is unwilling to terminate her legal contract with her husband despite his application to end their marriage.

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