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Kentucky clerk in gay marriage fight has been married four times

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis married four times to three men and has two kids out of wedlock, a blockbuster report says.

Kim Davis is second from the right.

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Maybe she needs all the marriage licenses for herself.

A new report stunningly reveals that anti-gay marriage Kentucky clerk Kim Davis has been married four times to three men and conceived twins while between marriages.

It's all in court documents obtained by USNews.com.

The devlopment came as Davis defied a U.S. Supreme Court order to start doing her her job and follow the law of the land.

But she continued Tuesday to refuse a local gay male couple a marriage license and told them to get out of the public clerk's office.

The U.S. News report said this of Davis' serial marriages:

The marriages are documented in court records obtained by U.S. News, which show that Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis divorced three times, first in 1994, then 2006 and again in 2008.She gave birth to twins five months after divorcing her first husband. They were fathered by her third husband but adopted by her second. Davisworked at the clerk's office at the time of each divorce and has since remarried.

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Davis, an
Apostolic Christian, also apparently came to her religious convictions four years ago, her lawyer said.

"I know she was married more than once – I’ve heard three [times],” said Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel. “It’s a matter of fact that she’s been married multiple times.”

“It’s something that’s not relevant to the issue at hand,” he says. “She was 180 degrees changed.”

The ACLU has asked that Davis be held in contempt of court and a judge has ordered her to appear before him Thursday.

John A. Oswald is editor-at-large at Metro and can be found on Twitter@nyc_oz.
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