A woman who is divorcing a rich Broadway executive is airing her grievances on YouTube.
A New York woman involved in a divorce battle spilled secrets about her husband, his family and their intimate life in a "scary, new step" in user generated content, attorneys said.Link (Via Modeling Promotions Girl)
Tricia Walsh-Smith can be watched on YouTube lashing out at her husband, Broadway executive Philip Smith, in a teary and furious clip that has been viewed more than 150,000 times.
Local 6 reported that lawyers can't think of another case like Smith's and are calling it a "scary, new step."
>During the video, Walsh-Smith goes through their wedding album on camera, accuses her husband of trying to evict her out of their apartment, and even makes embarrassing claims about their intimate life.
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