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YouTube Divorce

Nothing is private anymore, or so it would seem. In an online world that was formerly the domain of college students with too much time on their hands, a middle-aged woman has taken out her aggression over her divorce in a very public manner.

Tricia Walsh-Smith made a video lambasting her soon-to-be ex-husband Phillip Smith, a Broadway theatre owner. Among the film's “highlights” are a tour of the apartment she is being kicked out of and a very awkward call to her estranged husband’s secretary.

She claims that he has no grounds for divorce and that she is due the money he agreed to give her in their prenuptial agreement. One can only think this display won’t help her chances in court. What do you think? Is this woman really that upset, or is she just looking for some attention? [CNN]

Posted: 4/16/08