The Strange Divorce Case Against DAVID LEE ROTH

According to The Morning Call, an Allentown, Pennsylvania woman claims she's married to VAN HALEN's David Lee Roth. For the past four years, the woman, acting as her own attorney, has been trying to divorce the singer in Lehigh County Court, although Roth's publicist says he's not married to her. And, because she can't afford it, Lehigh County has waived the filing fee.

Roth is one of 18 defendants the woman has targeted in nearly two dozen lawsuits, complaints and appeals in federal and county courts since 1997. Those suits have claimed countless hours from judges, lawyers, clerks and defendants. And because the woman doesn't have much money, some have been filed at the expense of counties and the federal government. In only two cases has she been successful.

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