SC

Nikki Haley: The “Other Woman” In SC Divorce Case

S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley is one of three “other women” named in a divorce lawsuit filed in Richland County, S.C. earlier this month. According to court documents obtained exclusively by FITS, Jennifer Marchant – wife of prominent S.C. State House lobbyist Larry Marchant – is suing her husband for divorce…

S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley is one of three “other women” named in a divorce lawsuit filed in Richland County, S.C. earlier this month.

According to court documents obtained exclusively by FITS, Jennifer Marchant – wife of prominent S.C. State House lobbyist Larry Marchant – is suing her husband for divorce on the grounds of infidelity.

One of the three women Marchant accuses her husband of cheating on her with? You guessed it … Haley.

“On or about June 2, 2010, (Larry Marchant) publicly admitted to having an affair with a woman well-known to the parties and the citizens of the State of South Carolina,” the lawsuit reads. “(Jennifer Marchant) was humiliated and embarrassed by (her husband’s) public admission and was unable to appear in public for some time. Eventually, (Jennifer) conditionally forgave (Larry)’s adulterous behavior.”

Damn …

The lawsuit was filed in Richland County family court on February 6 . A preliminary hearing in the case has been scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on February 20.

Marchant submitted an affidavit in October 2010 – swearing that he and Haley had a one night stand in Salt Lake City, Utah in June 2008.

(For details about that alleged encounter, click here).

Haley categorically denied Marchant’s claim. In fact she said Marchant was unable to prove the two of them were ever alone together on the Salt Lake City trip.

“We’ve had representatives go on the record that said we were in a group setting all the time,” Haley told former Columbia, S.C. radio host Keven Cohen at the time.

Other sources who went on the Salt Lake City trip have disputed Haley’s claim, however.

“They left the W lounge together,” one of these sources confirmed to FITS, referring to a dance club located three blocks away from the Marriott hotel where the South Carolina delegation was staying.

Another source also confirmed seeing Haley and Marchant on the corner of Broadway and Southwest Temple streets in downtown Salt Lake City at around 2:25 a.m. as the pair walked back to their hotel room.

Marchant’s affidavit was dismissed at the time by Haley’s lawyers because it was not submitted in connection with a court case. Meanwhile Haley refused to submit an affidavit attesting to her version of events.

“It’s up to them to prove it,” Haley told WSPA TV 7 reporter Robert Kittle. “It’s not up to me to prove that I’m telling the truth. It’s up to them to prove that is true.”

So … will Marchant change his story in open court – with a possible perjury charge and hundreds of thousands of dollars hanging in the balance?

Stay tuned …

***

Related posts

SC

Pressure Ramped Up On Refugee Resettlement Program

FITSNews
SC

#ProbeGate: D-Day Looming?

FITSNews
SC

Trikki Nikki’s “Corrupt Bargain”

FITSNews

99 comments

BigT February 14, 2013 at 5:11 pm

So far all you have is hear-say and claims that cannot be substantiated….
You, and Marchant, just damage your image more each time you plead w/ everybody to believe you, but w/ no proof…
And you just help her credibility each time you go to the well…and draw dust…

Reply
BigMF February 14, 2013 at 6:50 pm

“And you just help her credibility each time you go to the well”

What credibility? Horseface doesn’t have any credibility.

It’s a great day to have an affair in South Carolina!

Reply
BigT February 14, 2013 at 4:11 pm

So far all you have is hear-say and claims that cannot be substantiated….
You, and Marchant, just damage your image more each time you plead w/ everybody to believe you, but w/ no proof…
And you just help her credibility each time you go to the well…and draw dust…

Reply
BigMF February 14, 2013 at 5:50 pm

“And you just help her credibility each time you go to the well”

What credibility? Horseface doesn’t have any credibility.

It’s a great day to have an affair in South Carolina!

Reply
Buz Martin February 14, 2013 at 5:20 pm

Yeah right BigT. Marchant coerced his wife into divorcing him and naming Nikki. That makes all kinds of sense. I mean non-sense.

Reply
BigT February 14, 2013 at 8:22 pm

Boz: You need to read Upstate Lawyer’s post. If you ain’t got proof, you ain’t got nothin’…and anybody who knows Marchant would not be surprised if he sold his soul for whatever petty payoff he could get…(Also See: Sanford and Donahue)…
And: FITS has done some pretty low things to try to sell this site…and Marchant is just as low, if not lower…

Reply
Vince Lentini February 17, 2013 at 10:15 pm

“After a night together of dinner and drinks with other participants of the conference, Representative Haley and I returned to the hotel together,” Marchant states in the document. “We went back to her room where we had sexual intercourse and I spent the remainder of the evening. I left her room at approximately 6 a.m.”

Marchant’s affidavit was issued in response to a request from S.C. Conservatives for Truth in Politics (TIP), a group of Republican leaders that is challenging Haley on a number of different issues. It comes three days after FITS founding editor Will Folks also submitted an affidavit in response to a request from the group.

Haley continues to deny both claims – but is refusing to sign an affidavit to that affect. She has also refused to release taxpayer-funded email and phone records requested by members of the media – citing a legislative exemption.

Reply
Boz Martin February 14, 2013 at 4:20 pm

Yeah right BigT. Marchant coerced his wife into divorcing him and naming Nikki. That makes all kinds of sense. I mean non-sense.

Reply
BigT February 14, 2013 at 7:22 pm

Boz: You need to read Upstate Lawyer’s post. If you ain’t got proof, you ain’t got nothin’…and anybody who knows Marchant would not be surprised if he sold his soul for whatever petty payoff he could get…(Also See: Sanford and Donahue)…
And: FITS has done some pretty low things to try to sell this site…and Marchant is just as low, if not lower…

Reply
Vince Lentini February 17, 2013 at 9:15 pm

“After a night together of dinner and drinks with other participants of the conference, Representative Haley and I returned to the hotel together,” Marchant states in the document. “We went back to her room where we had sexual intercourse and I spent the remainder of the evening. I left her room at approximately 6 a.m.”

Marchant’s affidavit was issued in response to a request from S.C. Conservatives for Truth in Politics (TIP), a group of Republican leaders that is challenging Haley on a number of different issues. It comes three days after FITS founding editor Will Folks also submitted an affidavit in response to a request from the group.

Haley continues to deny both claims – but is refusing to sign an affidavit to that affect. She has also refused to release taxpayer-funded email and phone records requested by members of the media – citing a legislative exemption.

Reply
Upstate Lawyer February 14, 2013 at 5:30 pm

This is all very interesting. Marchant’s admission alone is not enough to support a divorce on the ground of adultery. There will need to be some corroborating evidence which establishes motive and opportunity to do the deed. So what will come out of this is that Haley will be deposed and all of these “sources” who can place Marchant and Haley together will be important in proving adultery. Unfortunately for Will this likely will not impact his alleged affair with Haley.

Reply
Big mama February 14, 2013 at 6:07 pm

I would think the other two women being named would help in the divorce.

Reply
Jennifer Levine February 18, 2013 at 9:34 am

Sure – they may help with divorce, but they have nothing to do with Haley or whether she must answer questions under oath in this case.

Reply
Robert February 14, 2013 at 9:08 pm

His admission is proof enough for divorce in SC.

Reply
Jennifer Levine February 14, 2013 at 9:50 pm

No, it’s not. Even if both parties say that one party had an affair, there must be corroborating evidence. This prevents collusion, as SC is a “fault” state (as opposed to “no-fault”) for divorce, and if there are no grounds, then a couple must go through a one year separation period. To get it over more quickly than a year, some couples will collude and say there was adultery. Having corroboration prevents that type of collusion.

Reply
Robert February 15, 2013 at 7:44 am

Wrong. Let’s just say I have first hand knowledge of this. If one party files adultery charges, and the other admits it, divorce is granted as adultery. Yes, it is one of the few ways to get around the year process, but the notion that it is not accepted as such is just incorrect. Again, on this one, I have been there/done that. If one party denies adultery, THEN evidence must be provided. And that evidence does not have to be proof of sexual encounter. Adultery, in SC, can be proved by merely being alone with a possible paramour.

Reply
Jennifer Levine February 17, 2013 at 12:23 am

So you’ve lied to get around the law? Who was the judge who “accepted it as such?” It’s not a smart move to admit to adultery, b/c that is against the law in SC. But if that’s the way you want to go about it, you can accept the poor reflection on your character, whether you are the party to the case or the attorney who advised his client to do so.
Also, Marchant’s wife remained with him after he admitted to adultery w/ Haley in a sworn affidavit, so Mrs. Marchant can not be granted a divorce on the grounds of adultery as to Nikki Haley under SC law because, by her own admission, she stayed with him for over two years after she had knowledge of the alleged affair. Thus, she condoned the conduct under the law – Nikki Haley is a non-issue in this divorce. Thus, Haley’s lawyers can use the argument that her conduct is not relevant in this case to prevent her from being deposed.

Robert February 17, 2013 at 8:24 pm

You are correct that Marchant’s wife “forgave” his adultery with Haley under SC law. She remained with him, and that voids the affair UNLESS he continues the affair after she forgave him; continues without her knowledge. And while adultery is still against the law in SC, it hasn’t been prosecuted in long time. Now, I never said I lied. I was merely telling you and others that in SC, admission of adultery is enough for divorce. Any lawyer that would advise you to lie about NOT having an adulterous affair is not worth having. You’re confusing moral issues with legal issues. If you are guilty of adultery, but “deny, deny, deny”, and judge finds you guilty, you will be hit with less than equitable distribution of property. I don’t know if you have experience in family court, but I have. And know other people who have.

Jennifer Levine February 18, 2013 at 9:25 am

Lots of professional legal experience – obviously more than you. Are you an actual attorney or just a schoolyard one?

Robert February 18, 2013 at 11:36 am

I’m just an individual that stood in a courtroom before a judge. In one of the toughest counties in the state. If you’re an attorney, great. Are you a Family Court Attorney? if you are, and you are telling your clients what you have stated here, well…..
I have a friend who is a patent lawyer. Very successful. But he is not Family Court attorney and does not advise on such. And, my best friend is very good friends with one of the most prominent attornies in Columbia, and would tell you and others the same thing I’m saying. If both parties agree on the adultery, that satisfies the court. If one party disputes, then yes, evidence must be shown. And in SC, evidence does not have to prove sexual contact, just the opportunity.

Upstate Lawyer February 19, 2013 at 1:24 pm

Technically corroborating evidence would not be required in the rare case where adultery was admitted and the Judge determined that there was no collusion. However, this is not the norm. My personal opinion is that a lawyer should never have his client admit to adultery because it is a crime punishable by up to a year in prison (Code 16-15-70). I would never counsel my client to lie and deny adultery; however, you can simply not contest whatever your wife/husband says about adultery (assuming the judge does not require corroboration) or what a corroborating witness says about adultery. Your wife testifying you admitted to adultery is not going to subject you to criminal charges. I’ve actually taken my client and left the courtroom when we knew evidence of adultery was going to be presented.

Robert February 19, 2013 at 2:35 pm

You make some good points. However, if adultery has been charged, and your client knew it was true, he or she would be ill advised to deny it in court. Once proven, the judge will put the hammer down harder on distribution of estate. While adultery is technically still a crime in SC, do you know when it was last enforced? I can find no cases in recent memory.

Robert February 18, 2013 at 11:48 am

Are you a Family Court attorney? are you an attorney? have you been through a Family Court case? People get horrible legal advice all the time, especially in Family Court matters. I’m merely stating from experience that your original statement is incorrect. Now, if judge suspects collusion, yes, he or she can demand proof. And of course proof is needed if charge is disputed. Sounds to me like you advise people to lie when you say never admit?

Renee Houston February 19, 2013 at 1:04 pm

Motive? For adultery? Isn’t the motive usually: man is horny, woman is willing?

Reply
Upstate Lawyer February 19, 2013 at 1:18 pm

Yeah, that is why it is easy to prove… The hard part, if contested, is that there was opportunity for the love birds.

Reply
Upstate Lawyer February 14, 2013 at 4:30 pm

This is all very interesting. Marchant’s admission alone is not enough to support a divorce on the ground of adultery. There will need to be some corroborating evidence which establishes motive and opportunity to do the deed. So what will come out of this is that Haley will be deposed and all of these “sources” who can place Marchant and Haley together will be important in proving adultery. Unfortunately for Will this likely will not impact his alleged affair with Haley.

Reply
Big mama February 14, 2013 at 5:07 pm

I would think the other two women being named would help in the divorce.

Reply
Jennifer Levine February 18, 2013 at 8:34 am

Sure – they may help with divorce, but they have nothing to do with Haley or whether she must answer questions under oath in this case.

Reply
Robert February 14, 2013 at 8:08 pm

His admission is proof enough for divorce in SC.

Reply
Jennifer Levine February 14, 2013 at 8:50 pm

No, it’s not. Even if both parties say that one party had an affair, there must be corroborating evidence. This prevents collusion, as SC is a “fault” state (as opposed to “no-fault”) for divorce, and if there are no grounds, then a couple must go through a one year separation period. To get it over more quickly than a year, some couples will collude and say there was adultery. Having corroboration prevents that type of collusion.

Reply
Robert February 15, 2013 at 6:44 am

Wrong. Let’s just say I have first hand knowledge of this. If one party files adultery charges, and the other admits it, divorce is granted as adultery. Yes, it is one of the few ways to get around the year process, but the notion that it is not accepted as such is just incorrect. Again, on this one, I have been there/done that. If one party denies adultery, THEN evidence must be provided. And that evidence does not have to be proof of sexual encounter. Adultery, in SC, can be proved by merely being alone with a possible paramour.

Reply
Jennifer Levine February 16, 2013 at 11:23 pm

So you’ve lied to get around the law? Who was the judge who “accepted it as such?” It’s not a smart move to admit to adultery, b/c that is against the law in SC. But if that’s the way you want to go about it, you can accept the poor reflection on your character, whether you are the party to the case or the attorney who advised his client to do so.
Also, Marchant’s wife remained with him after he admitted to adultery w/ Haley in a sworn affidavit, so Mrs. Marchant can not be granted a divorce on the grounds of adultery as to Nikki Haley under SC law because, by her own admission, she stayed with him for over two years after she had knowledge of the alleged affair. Thus, she condoned the conduct under the law – Nikki Haley is a non-issue in this divorce. Thus, Haley’s lawyers can use the argument that her conduct is not relevant in this case to prevent her from being deposed.

Robert February 17, 2013 at 7:24 pm

You are correct that Marchant’s wife “forgave” his adultery with Haley under SC law. She remained with him, and that voids the affair UNLESS he continues the affair after she forgave him; continues without her knowledge. And while adultery is still against the law in SC, it hasn’t been prosecuted in long time. Now, I never said I lied. I was merely telling you and others that in SC, admission of adultery is enough for divorce. Any lawyer that would advise you to lie about NOT having an adulterous affair is not worth having. You’re confusing moral issues with legal issues. If you are guilty of adultery, but “deny, deny, deny”, and judge finds you guilty, you will be hit with less than equitable distribution of property. I don’t know if you have experience in family court, but I have. And know other people who have.

Jennifer Levine February 18, 2013 at 8:25 am

Lots of professional legal experience – obviously more than you. Are you an actual attorney or just a schoolyard one?

Robert February 18, 2013 at 10:36 am

I’m just an individual that stood in a courtroom before a judge. In one of the toughest counties in the state. If you’re an attorney, great. Are you a Family Court Attorney? if you are, and you are telling your clients what you have stated here, well…..
I have a friend who is a patent lawyer. Very successful. But he is not Family Court attorney and does not advise on such. And, my best friend is very good friends with one of the most prominent attornies in Columbia, and would tell you and others the same thing I’m saying. If both parties agree on the adultery, that satisfies the court. If one party disputes, then yes, evidence must be shown. And in SC, evidence does not have to prove sexual contact, just the opportunity.

Upstate Lawyer February 19, 2013 at 12:24 pm

Technically corroborating evidence would not be required in the rare case where adultery was admitted and the Judge determined that there was no collusion. However, this is not the norm. My personal opinion is that a lawyer should never have his client admit to adultery because it is a crime punishable by up to a year in prison (Code 16-15-70). I would never counsel my client to lie and deny adultery; however, you can simply not contest whatever your wife/husband says about adultery (assuming the judge does not require corroboration) or what a corroborating witness says about adultery. Your wife testifying you admitted to adultery is not going to subject you to criminal charges. I’ve actually taken my client and left the courtroom when we knew evidence of adultery was going to be presented.

Robert February 19, 2013 at 1:35 pm

You make some good points. However, if adultery has been charged, and your client knew it was true, he or she would be ill advised to deny it in court. Once proven, the judge will put the hammer down harder on distribution of estate. While adultery is technically still a crime in SC, do you know when it was last enforced? I can find no cases in recent memory.

Robert February 18, 2013 at 10:48 am

Are you a Family Court attorney? are you an attorney? have you been through a Family Court case? People get horrible legal advice all the time, especially in Family Court matters. I’m merely stating from experience that your original statement is incorrect. Now, if judge suspects collusion, yes, he or she can demand proof. And of course proof is needed if charge is disputed. Sounds to me like you advise people to lie when you say never admit?

Renee Houston February 19, 2013 at 12:04 pm

Motive? For adultery? Isn’t the motive usually: man is horny, woman is willing?

Reply
Upstate Lawyer February 19, 2013 at 12:18 pm

Yeah, that is why it is easy to prove… The hard part, if contested, is that there was opportunity for the love birds.

Reply
south mauldin February 14, 2013 at 5:31 pm

My God, those teeth.

Reply
Same ol' Same ol' February 14, 2013 at 10:38 pm

Teeth are fine, them gums gotta go.
What is it with all the gummy smiles these days? Mules eatin’ briars.

Reply
susan July 12, 2015 at 2:54 pm

As long as Nikkie does not bite my cl – it with her teeth, I AM ALL IN!!!!!!

Reply
south mauldin February 14, 2013 at 4:31 pm

My God, those teeth.

Reply
Same ol' Same ol' February 14, 2013 at 9:38 pm

Teeth are fine, them gums gotta go.
What is it with all the gummy smiles these days? Mules eatin’ briars.

Reply
candygirl7 April 4, 2016 at 3:45 pm

Yes, they are gigantic.

Reply
dental February 14, 2013 at 6:14 pm

that is not her best photo.. Chupacabre

Reply
dental February 14, 2013 at 5:14 pm

that is not her best photo.. Chupacabre

Reply
shifty henry February 14, 2013 at 6:26 pm

Nikki remembered her Latin — “quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur”

Reply
shifty henry February 14, 2013 at 5:26 pm

Nikki remembered her Latin — “quod gratis asseritur, gratis negatur”

Reply
the Dome February 14, 2013 at 7:06 pm

Well, well, well!
What do Mrs. Larry Marchant, Mrs. Mark Sanford, mrs. Richard Ecksrom and Mrs. Bob peeler all have in common? All sued their spouses for divorce, caught with ladder climbing, gold digging, plastic sluts! hope she has the evidence she needs.
Remember Haley promised to resign, if her Adultery was proved to be true.
Good luck Mrs. Marchant, GOD’s Speed!!!

Reply
History Repeats February 14, 2013 at 9:31 pm

Now, now, the luv guv would be the first to tell you that his mistress was never a ladder climbing gold digger (that is not to say that he isn’t a gigolo) AND she has her own wealth and comes from a fine family (just like his first misguided wife.)

Reply
Moe February 15, 2013 at 8:00 am

All of the above are home wrecking whores!

Reply
Charlemagne, King of France February 15, 2013 at 9:45 am

jenny sanford has more money than mark could ever hope to have, she brought everything into that wedding, she made him.

Reply
History Repeats February 15, 2013 at 10:55 am

Probably true, but it certainly wasn’t an easy, cake walk life with the restless and detached MS. She likely hoped facilitating his dreams would make him happy as nothing else ever had and that would spill out into other aspects of their lives. Too bad for him he never realized what a true touchstone she was in his life, and grabbed for the illusion.

Carrie February 15, 2013 at 3:06 pm

I do wonder if he realizes that now while he is trying to do his own campaigning. By the way, why isn’t MBC here to give him support like a wife-to-be would?

DeeDee February 16, 2013 at 12:19 pm

S> is stuck on CRAZY!!! They electing Strom Thurmond knowing he fathered a child with his 16yr. old BLACK maid. So what is different about the governor having a couple extra marital affairs? S.C. is the Bible belt, but use the Bible to justify what they want(segregation, abortion, and sex outside of marriage) However, a democrat would not have been elected or even better, impeached. DOUBLE STANDARDS)

Reply
the Dome February 14, 2013 at 6:06 pm

Well, well, well!
What do Mrs. Larry Marchant, Mrs. Mark Sanford, mrs. Richard Ecksrom and Mrs. Bob peeler all have in common? All sued their spouses for divorce, caught with ladder climbing, gold digging, plastic sluts! hope she has the evidence she needs.
Remember Haley promised to resign, if her Adultery was proved to be true.
Good luck Mrs. Marchant, GOD’s Speed!!!

Reply
History Repeats February 14, 2013 at 8:31 pm

Now, now, the luv guv would be the first to tell you that his mistress was never a ladder climbing gold digger (that is not to say that he isn’t a gigolo) AND she has her own wealth and comes from a fine family (just like his first misguided wife.)

Reply
Moe February 15, 2013 at 7:00 am

All of the above are home wrecking whores!

Reply
Charlemagne, King of France February 15, 2013 at 8:45 am

jenny sanford has more money than mark could ever hope to have, she brought everything into that wedding, she made him.

Reply
History Repeats February 15, 2013 at 9:55 am

Probably true, but it certainly wasn’t an easy, cake walk life with the restless and detached MS. She likely hoped facilitating his dreams would make him happy as nothing else ever had and that would spill out into other aspects of their lives. Too bad for him he never realized what a true touchstone she was in his life, and grabbed for the illusion.

Carrie February 15, 2013 at 2:06 pm

I do wonder if he realizes that now while he is trying to do his own campaigning. By the way, why isn’t MBC here to give him support like a wife-to-be would?

DeeDee February 16, 2013 at 11:19 am

S> is stuck on CRAZY!!! They electing Strom Thurmond knowing he fathered a child with his 16yr. old BLACK maid. So what is different about the governor having a couple extra marital affairs? S.C. is the Bible belt, but use the Bible to justify what they want(segregation, abortion, and sex outside of marriage) However, a democrat would not have been elected or even better, impeached. DOUBLE STANDARDS)

Reply
edr February 14, 2013 at 7:09 pm

Will this be number 3 for Larry??
His first marriage did not last but 6 months

Reply
edr February 14, 2013 at 6:09 pm

Will this be number 3 for Larry??
His first marriage did not last but 6 months

Reply
Circus Circus February 14, 2013 at 9:04 pm

Explosive! Now all we need are Sanford’s “Line-crossers” to come forward and details of the China trip, etc…, before the primary and then things can really get festive! Let’s lance that boil now, Folks!

Reply
Circus Circus February 14, 2013 at 8:04 pm

Explosive! Now all we need are Sanford’s “Line-crossers” to come forward and details of the China trip, etc…, before the primary and then things can really get festive! Let’s lance that boil now, Folks!

Reply
Soft Sigh from Hell February 14, 2013 at 9:35 pm

What a randy lass! Why this saucy scamp’s got some fire in her, I tell you. And the fluttering bugs line up to get their wings burned, like at a porch light in August. The historians will still be writing about this lively lady two centuries from now. A local Catherine the Great, with some of the same legends, if you catch my drift.
I will not be in the least surprized to see her reelected.

Reply
Soft Sigh from Hell February 14, 2013 at 8:35 pm

What a randy lass! Why this saucy scamp’s got some fire in her, I tell you. And the fluttering bugs line up to get their wings burned, like at a porch light in August. The historians will still be writing about this lively lady two centuries from now. A local Catherine the Great, with some of the same legends, if you catch my drift.
I will not be in the least surprized to see her reelected.

Reply
Gamercock February 14, 2013 at 10:15 pm

I find it hard to believe Marchant is married. He’s always seemed a little light on his feet (if you know what I mean).

Reply
Gamercock February 14, 2013 at 9:15 pm

I find it hard to believe Marchant is married. He’s always seemed a little light on his feet (if you know what I mean).

Reply
9" February 14, 2013 at 10:47 pm Reply
9" February 14, 2013 at 9:47 pm Reply
bogart February 14, 2013 at 10:52 pm

Woman’s got some gums.

Reply
bogart February 14, 2013 at 9:52 pm

Woman’s got some gums.

Reply
Getty February 14, 2013 at 11:03 pm

Nikki’s “Mister Ed” smile is awful. But if she’s a torch in bed, then never mind it.

Proposed questions for her deposition:

— Mr. Marchant swears that you “hoot and holler” when you have orgasms. Is that true?

— Mr. Marchant swears that you brought a bottle of “Sol d’Oro” olive oil for sex. True or false?

— Mr. Marchant swears that you are “inspired” by Herb Alpert’s “Whipped Cream and Other Delights” and asked him to “eat it” off of your body. Is that true or false? http://dalybeauty.ca/dove-stylecare-for-nourished-hair-long-lasting-style/herb-alpert-whipped-cream-album-cover/

Reply
Getty February 14, 2013 at 10:03 pm

Nikki’s “Mister Ed” smile is awful. But if she’s a torch in bed, then never mind it.

Proposed questions for her deposition:

— Mr. Marchant swears that you “hoot and holler” when you have orgasms. Is that true?

— Mr. Marchant swears that you brought a bottle of “Sol d’Oro” olive oil for sex. True or false?

— Mr. Marchant swears that you are “inspired” by Herb Alpert’s “Whipped Cream and Other Delights” and asked him to “eat it” off of your body. Is that true or false? http://dalybeauty.ca/dove-stylecare-for-nourished-hair-long-lasting-style/herb-alpert-whipped-cream-album-cover/

Reply
Friend February 15, 2013 at 8:45 am

This is the absolute truth. The Salt Lake City thing is a rouse. The Marchant/Haley affair lasted months. It went on in Columbia, Charleston, and Atlanta. Many people know about it. I think Larry teases her and extracts “things” from her by referring to Salt Lake. He knows and she knows. And she hopes he does not tell all.

Reply
Friend February 15, 2013 at 7:45 am

This is the absolute truth. The Salt Lake City thing is a rouse. The Marchant/Haley affair lasted months. It went on in Columbia, Charleston, and Atlanta. Many people know about it. I think Larry teases her and extracts “things” from her by referring to Salt Lake. He knows and she knows. And she hopes he does not tell all.

Reply
Moe4 February 15, 2013 at 4:48 pm

Nice teeth. Seattle Slew would be jealous.

Reply
Moe4 February 15, 2013 at 3:48 pm

Nice teeth. Seattle Slew would be jealous.

Reply
candygirl7 April 4, 2016 at 3:45 pm

LOLOLOLOLOLOLLO!!!!!!

Reply
F. Lee Bailey February 15, 2013 at 6:23 pm

Never hire an attorney named Butch!!!!

Reply
F. Lee Bailey February 15, 2013 at 5:23 pm

Never hire an attorney named Butch!!!!

Reply
Seneca_4 February 15, 2013 at 7:56 pm

Every time I see them, I say to myself, “Those sharp teeth are good for giving head.”

Reply
Seneca_4 February 15, 2013 at 6:56 pm

Every time I see them, I say to myself, “Those sharp teeth are good for giving head.”

Reply
sandy K. February 15, 2013 at 8:15 pm

Principals and other administrators in Lexington have slpet/sexed their way up the ladder. Women and men do it. One woman who look a lot like Haley have done it. I feel sorry for the children and spouses of these people. Hypocrites are the worst.

Reply
sandy K. February 15, 2013 at 7:15 pm

Principals and other administrators in Lexington have slpet/sexed their way up the ladder. Women and men do it. One woman who look a lot like Haley have done it. I feel sorry for the children and spouses of these people. Hypocrites are the worst.

Reply
shifty henry February 16, 2013 at 2:40 pm

A very busy woman.

Reply
shifty henry February 16, 2013 at 1:40 pm

A very busy woman.

Reply
Crushbug February 16, 2013 at 7:56 pm

Hell with those bicuspids and incisors there is no need for metal ornaments. Yep she will be re elected by 60%.

Reply
Vince Lentini February 17, 2013 at 10:22 pm

12/05/2012
Haley’s approval rating among all South Carolinians currently stands at a dismal 38.3 percent – Among registered voters, Haley’s numbers are about the same – with 40 percent approving of her job performance and 42.4 percent disapproving. Among Republicans, Haley does better – with 61.5 percent of registered GOP voters (including Republican “leaners”) approving of her performance compared to only 19 percent who disapprove.

Reply
Crushbug February 16, 2013 at 6:56 pm

Hell with those bicuspids and incisors there is no need for metal ornaments. Yep she will be re elected by 60%.

Reply
Vince Lentini February 17, 2013 at 9:22 pm

12/05/2012
Haley’s approval rating among all South Carolinians currently stands at a dismal 38.3 percent – Among registered voters, Haley’s numbers are about the same – with 40 percent approving of her job performance and 42.4 percent disapproving. Among Republicans, Haley does better – with 61.5 percent of registered GOP voters (including Republican “leaners”) approving of her performance compared to only 19 percent who disapprove.

Reply
Victoria Joy Stevens February 18, 2013 at 2:10 pm

“It’s not up to me to prove that I’m telling the truth.” Is this the same person who refused to debate Vincent Sheheen? Isn’t this the same person that called Rape Crisis Centers a special interest group? Credibility; a word continuously
undermined by South Carolina’s governors.

Reply
joyphul February 18, 2013 at 1:10 pm

“It’s not up to me to prove that I’m telling the truth.” Is this the same person who refused to debate Vincent Sheheen? Isn’t this the same person that called Rape Crisis Centers a special interest group? Credibility; a word continuously
undermined by South Carolina’s governors.

Reply
susan July 12, 2015 at 2:52 pm

Hell, I’d bang Nikiki!

Reply
susan July 12, 2015 at 2:55 pm

As long as Nikkie does not bite my cl – it with her teeth, I AM ALL IN!!!!

Reply

Leave a Comment