Man Wanted By Cops For Divorcing Wife Without Telling Her

Paul Nixon Divorce On The Run Harris County Man Wanted By Cops For Divorcing Wife Without Telling HerHarris County Constable

Police are hunting for a man who tried to pull off the mightiest ghosting by trying to divorce his wife without telling her.

They do say communication is the key to a happy relationship. For Paul Nixon, the lack of it was his hope for an escape, it seems.

The 51-year-old from Harris County, Texas, illegally forged the name of his wife and a rotary on legal papers, in a bid to bring the marriage to an end without having to talk about it.


Posted by Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4 on Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Its probably the most severe fuckboy felony out there: divorce-gate has resulted in Nixon being wanted by the police.

As reported by the New York Post, Harris County Constable Mark Herman said:

We rarely see something like this… in this particular case, the gentleman decided to go through a divorce but the only problem is, he left his wife out of the process. And thats a violation of the law here in Texas.

Deputies from Harris County are trying to find Nixon, as hes facing felony aggravated perjury charges. His wife contacted the police on May 14 this year to report that her husband had illegally filed for divorce – even obtaining a final divorce decree – fraudulently without her knowledge.

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The couple had only been married for a couple of years – after contacting police, documents were found with Nixons wifes forged signature. Nixon had filed for divorce on February 15 – a day after Valentines Day.

Herman added:

She was very surprised. She started finding things showing that he was spending money on jewelry, so she confronted him and he told her that they were actually divorced.

Herman explained that due to the divorce decree being obtained fraudulently, it has been vacated and the couple are still technically married under the letter of Texas law.

Herman said:

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