Man’s Wu-Tang Clan Allegation: ‘Divorce Court’ Episode Has Man Accusing Wife Of Groupie ‘Bust Down’

Recently, a married man made a shocking allegation on a Divorce Court episode: allegedly, his wife slept with the entire Wu-Tang Clan, according to a USA Today report. Needless to say, the video has gone viral.

Nathan Sellers and his wife Lia Palmquist appeared before Judge Lynn Toler and a crowded audience in court about a contested divorce. The self-admitted betrayed husband and his wife sparred over her night out with members of the popular Staten Island-based hip hop group after joining them on their tour bus.

Wife to Judge Lynn: “This sounds ridiculous, but he accused me of sleeping with the entire Wu-Tang Clan.”

While laughter erupted in the courtroom, Her Honor asked the woman if she knew the group, to which Sellers nodded, signaling an affirmative, and said, “she went back stage.”

The wife continued: “Yea, I had an amazing night one night and had an amazing opportunity,” she said, before being pressed by the judge who asked, “how amazing was it?”

Before the woman could respond, the man interjected and said, “she gave Wu some Tang,” before being admonished by the Divorce Court judge for interrupting his spouse. The woman then tried to sum up her overnight meet and greet with the group.

“Nothing inappropriate happened. Let me put on the record that the Wu-Tang is nothing but gentlemen. They treated me highly respectful, I would never cheat on him. Also, don’t know if this is appropriate to say, but I would never be like a bust-down or a groupie in that type of situation. I kept my lady points together. I met Wu-Tang, I went backstage and got on their tour bus, I went back to the hotel and I was just hanging out all night. And It was amazing.”

In the end, the judge said that because the woman met a band, joined them on the tour bus until the early morning hours before taking a taxi home, it represents “bust-down behavior.”

About Divorce Court: The non-traditional reality court show first aired in 1999. It uses a judge in an arbitration-based format to address disputes between married couples. Now in its 35th season and with nearly 5,800 episodes, the show is the longest-running court show of all-time in syndication. It leads Peoples Court by five years.

About Wu-Tang Clan: The rap group that was hailed as the “most influential hip-hop group of all time (About.com), was formed in 1993 when Dr. Dre’s G-funk had overtaken the hip-hop world. The Staten Island, NY-based Wu-Tang Clan proved to be the most revolutionary rap group of the mid-’90s – and only partially because of their music. Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Raekwon, RZA, Masta Killa, GZA, Cappadonna and Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan round out the current group; Ol’ Dirty Bastard (ODB) died suddenly in 2006. One smitten couple named their twins after members of the group, according to a previous Inquisitr report.

Was the wife wrong for joining Wu-Tang Clan all night long while her man waited for her at home? Was it appropriate or should the man simply trust his beloved?

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