The Ascended Marital Strife of the HierarchyPosted: April 23, 2013
Yes, yes, human beings fall out with each other and behave in ugly ways and should cop a fine if they carry on like arses, etc. but hold the press! What if this carry on carried on within the soulful, gentle, yummy, self loving and self nurturing Church of Universal Medicine – toward one of the Ascended Masters herself? We know she’s an Ascended Master of the Hierarchy because SERGE SAID SO. It’s in our EDG student notes.
A man who returned to the marital home after splitting up from his wife told her he still owned her and had the marriage certificate to prove it.
Several days after breaking up David Michael Adams Nicholson returned to the house in Frome, started banging on the windows and then pushed his wife in the chest saying he could do what he wanted. The following morning the victim discovered her car had been dented and scratched with a key. Nicholson, 31, of Upper Vobster, was later interviewed by police and appeared before Somerset Magistrates where he pleaded guilty to causing £1,500 worth of damage to an Alfa Romeo belonging to Simone Benhayon between July 7 and 17. Ben Burge, prosecuting, said the couple had only married in 2011 but the following year their relationship started to break down. On July 2 the couple started to talk which turned into an argument and Nicholson said the marriage was over.
Mr Burge said: “On another occasion the defendant turned up and started banging on the windows of the property and Miss Benhayon went to speak to him outside but he pushed her in the chest area and said he could do what he wanted.
“She went inside the house and told him to leave and the next day she found that her Alfa Romeo had been dented and scratched as if it had been keyed.
When Nicholson was interviewed by police he said he was angry when he walked round his wife’s car and nobody else could have caused the damage except for him.
He told the magistrates that his behaviour was not admirable and was out of character for him.
“While it was deeply regrettable I now want to move forward and will never repeat anything like this again,” he said.
Nicholson was fined £200 and ordered to pay £500 compensation to Miss Benhayon. Costs of £85 and a £15 victim surcharge were also imposed.
Now everyone take a gentle breath. Dear David, you ought to be careful about that menful behaviour, and don’t you know emotions give you cancer? Serge said so.