Author Sherrilyn Kenyon persecutes her husband for DRIVING her for three years to get a $ 1M life insurance policy & # 39;
A Georgian writer challenges her husband, who, according to her, has slowly poisoned her for three years with the help of their family's assistant, to claim $ 1 million of a life insurance policy that he did without her recognition.
Sherrilyn Kenyon, 53, said that at one point her hair was rising in large tufts in her hands, that her teeth were crumbling and her face was swollen for reasons unknown to her at the time.
But the writer behind the Dark Hunters series discovered the cause of extreme nausea, vomiting, breathlessness, disorientation and dizziness that had occurred since 2014, after he left her in 2018.
Sherrilyn Kenyon, 53, sues Lawrence Kenyon for poisoning and sabotaging her career alongside an assistant and IT specialist
The 80-page application states that she suffered from crushing teeth, hair loss, trembling, back pain, tongue numbness and a strange metallic taste in her mouth
& # 39; In February 2017, Mrs Kenyon's health deteriorated to a critical level. No doctor or dentist could tell her why her teeth routinely crumbled (and) broke her bones from very little pressure, "argues a lawsuit of 80 pages.
The author of the Dark Hunters series claimed that her husband and helper would infect her food and when she shared it with an employee they were also sick
According to the newspapers, her lawyer, Lawrence Kenyon's assistant, had something to eat during a conference in May 2017, and when another employee ate it, they became severely ill, reports the Tennessean.
Kenyon suffered for years from tremors, back pain, tongue numbness and a strange metallic taste in her mouth that could not be explained, claims the petitioner.
The assistant Curry Ann Plump is also mentioned as a defendant in the trial and Kenyon claims that the wife and her husband would force her to eat and become furious the moment she would not consume it. It became so bad that she could not walk without help.
Submitted to Williamson County Circuit Court, the lawsuit adds an IT specialist who has access to the author's account to the defendants and claims that he has helped her husband to reward her money.
As part of the accusations, Kenyon said that Paco Cavanaugh's IT skills were behind the group using her email and other personal data to pass on hundreds of thousands of dollars of her earnings to Mr. Kenyon.
She claims that he made herself the only beneficiary of a life insurance policy of which she was unaware and closed the bank accounts of her three children before she made one in his name and claimed $ 450,000 for himself.
Kenyon (right in 2009) claims that she was ill for three years for reasons that can not be explained. She got better after her husband requested the divorce and left
The author mentions that Plump was even hired to accompany their son and take on other duties for which she had not given permission for her company accounts.
An anecdote in the suit claims that when her son got into trouble by seeing her vomit after dinner, Mr. Kenyon said: "She does that all the time, ignore it."
While gentlemen Kenyon and Plump increased their responsibilities in her career, which they believe were sabotaged by negative experiences with fans and industry professionals, it may have ensured that they had full control over the author and her possessions.
The author (pictured in 2011) states that her husband has expelled hundreds of thousands of dollars from her earnings and has paid the assistant to help him
Ms Kenyon added that, by March 2001, when he had filed for divorce in March 2018, she had lost publishing contracts that led her to legal action for deliberate interference in business relationships, breach of privacy, sexual assault through poisoning and joint action and incitement.
Nageplit tests of her hair and nails showed that her body contained high levels of lithium, tin, barium, platinum and thorium, which certainly made her look dirty.
The woman, represented by Connie Reguli, claims that her health improved when her husband moved.