Who could’ve ever guessed that a marriage between a 51-year-old pile of foreskin jerky and a 16-year-old girl would end in a flaming shit pile of messiness? Answer: EVERYONE! 59-year-old Doug Hutchison already let us know that he plans to tell all about his life and his marriage to Courtney Stodden in his memoirs, because books by alleged and confirmed child touchers is the IT thing right now. And now 25-year-old Courtney is telling us that she too is working on a book, and in it, she’ll definitely write about how her marriage wasn’t the epitome of healthy we all thought it to be.
In 2011, 16-year-old Courtney and 51-year-old Doug became WORLDWIDE STAHS when they married in Las Vegas after meeting through an online acting class that he taught and she signed up for. Courtney’s mom, Krista Keller, signed off on the unholy union because she obviously wanted to win Mother of the Year from The PedoBear Association. Of course, Courtney and Dog (typo and it stays… apology to the dog community) had a lot of problems, and she eventually filed for divorce in March 2018. We were told that Courtney became legally free of Doug in January of this year, but in an Instagram post, she writes that her marriage was legally buried yesterday. In that same post, Courtney calls out Doug for grooming her and verbally abusing her, and tells him to not even think about trolling the playground for his next child bride.
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It’s March 3rd, 2020 – today I am officially divorced from actor Doug Hutchison. It’s an emotional day for me. God only knows how he’s feeling, but I can tell you that it’s for the better. I look back at this picture and feel absolutely taken advantage of. I’ve been scared to even speak up about feeling groomed or being verbally abused during the almost 10 year marriage because I was a child and he was 50 when we married but I’m a woman now and it’s time for me to put my big girl pants on and speak on this matter. I’ve felt completely trapped, manipulated and at times abandoned by adults // growing up in such an environment — it became a lonely and dark place. Stay tuned for my book. And to Doug… I’ll always love you; yet I’ll always be angry. You’ve left me — a child woman, feeling belittled and confused. These things I shall overcome. I wish you well. But please don’t ever do this to another minor again. It’s not right… even if the parent signs off. Wait a respectable amount of time before marrying. Children aren’t on your level. I’ll always love you regardless. Be better. As shall I.
Courtney mentions being abandoned by adults, and she’s obviously talking about the parents who made sure she’d spend a big chunk of her life in a therapist’s office. And while talking to Us Weekly about the end of her marriage, Courtney mentioned Pimp Mama Krista, and the Joe Simpson-meets-a-defected-tanning-bed-looking shit father who spanked her in front of photographers once and hit on her.
“I’m angry at my father for not protecting me. I’m angry at him now for continuing to cut me out of his life and further hurt me. I have been terribly angry at my mother, but we are healing now. I love both of my parents. I just feel violated in a lot of ways they could have protected me from.”
Courtney adds that Doug manipulated her throughout their marriage and got her to stay by threatening to kill himself if she left.
Doug’s rep (yes, I guess he has one of those) responded to Courtney’s claims by saying that he’ll tell his side in his memoir.
So now that both Doug and Courtney announced that they’re releasing tell-alls, expect one of her messy parents to release one too. Although, their book would probably be the greatest parenting handbook of all-time if they titled it: Do The Opposite Of Fucking Everything In This Book.