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November 14, 2012

50 Shades of Divorce: Wife ‘inspired’ by erotic book says husband failed to meet her expectations

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  • Wife claims husband’s attitude is evidence of ‘unreasonable behaviour’
  • Husband did not respond when she bought some sexy underwear and blamed her behaviour on ‘that bloody book’
  • Husband admits ‘unreasonable behaviour’ so divorce can be granted quickly
  • Solicitor claims case is evidence of social change where women are more adventurous in the bedroom

By Keith Gladdis

It’s had a major impact on the publishing world – and in quite a few bedrooms.

But now Fifty Shades Of Grey is at the centre of an unusual court case.

A man is being divorced by his wife after he refused to spice up their love life by reliving scenes from the erotic bestseller.

The wife, a 41-year-old banker earning more than £400,000 a year, claims her husband’s ‘boring  attitude’ to sex is evidence of ‘unreasonable behaviour’.

In her grounds for divorce, filed at the High Court, she refers to the novel, which tells of the sadomasochistic affair between billionaire Christian Grey and naive student Anastasia Steele. The woman in the court case bought the raunchy book almost as soon as it was published last year and hoped it would encourage her husband to be more adventurous in bed.

She bought some sexy underwear but her husband failed to respond to her advances and he even blamed her behaviour on ‘that bloody book’.

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