While we realised weeks after meeting that we had most definitely fallen in love, we knew we would face considerable challenges blending our domestic lives.
Still, we kept saying to each other, with deluded back-slapping pride, it felt like we'd jumped off a cliff together.
Ms Padgett's husband, Michael Padgett, is suing Graf, hoping to win monetary damages for the woman's three children.
Mr Mc Mahon is also representing Graf in that case but said, in light of Graf's comments, he may reconsider.
What I hadn't realised, in my excitement, was just how demanding or complex becoming a second wife would be.
Mr Mc Mahon didn't deny that Graf killed Ms Padgett, but argued instead that "something snapped" and the shooting was not premeditated.Sandy admits she did not inform Ted of his daughter’s whereabouts.Ted says he spent nine years looking for his daughter but always came up empty-handed.A man serving a life sentence for killing his stepdaughter and filming himself having sex with her corpse is contesting the terms of divorce with her mother.Appearing in court via a video feed from his prison cell in Pennsylvania, 55-year-old Gregory Graf said he never agreed to terms that would give him 25 per cent of the assets shared with his wife.