Woman Who Married Partner On TV Beaten As Homophobic Slurs Are Shouted
A group of men assaulted a Michigan woman who married her partner during the short time gay marriage was permitted in her state, before legal challenges.
“One of the males stated, ‘Hey b—-, are you that (anti-gay slur) from the news?’” according to a news release from Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office. “One of the males then punched her in the face, which knocked her to the ground and unconscious.”
When she awoke, deputies said, one of the men was kicking her in the torso.
The men ran away, but the woman was able to provide a description of one of her assailants.