Utah woman ordered by judge to hand over her NUDE 'boudoir album' to ex-husband for 'memory's sake'

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Utah pistillate is ordered by justice to manus implicit her NUDE 'boudoir album' to her ex-husband successful divorcement proceedings due to the fact that helium wanted to support it for 'memory's sake'

  • Lindsay Marsh filed for divorcement from her hubby Chris successful April 2021, aft 25 years together
  • He presented a database of items helium wished to support from the marriage, including a bid of nude boudoir photographs she took years ago
  • The justice ordered that she manus implicit the book: she complained, and won the close to edit the photos to fell her body
  • She said she felt violated by the judge's ruling, and intends to pain the archetypal photograph album 

By Harriet Alexander For Dailymail.com

Published: 07:15 BST, 27 September 2022 | Updated: 14:11 BST, 27 September 2022

A Utah pistillate has told of her daze astatine being ordered by a justice to manus implicit a photograph medium of her 'boudoir style' nude photos to her ex-husband, aft helium requested them arsenic portion of their divorce.

Lindsay Marsh said that she commissioned the photos successful the aboriginal years of her marriage, and wrote 'loving' and intimate messages to him wrong the album.

But, erstwhile she filed for divorcement successful April 2021 aft 25 years together, her ex-husband Chris Marsh said that helium wanted to support the album, for the memories.

'It's violating and it's incredibly embarrassing and humiliating,' she said. 

'The lone mode I tin hopefully support idiosyncratic other from going done the aforesaid concern is to archer my communicative and exposure that these are the types of things that helium thinks are OK.' 

Lindsay Marsh has told of her daze astatine being ordered by a justice to manus implicit a photograph medium of her 'boudoir style' nude photos to her ex-husband, aft helium requested them arsenic portion of their divorce

Lindsay Marsh filed for divorcement successful April 2021 aft 25 years together, her ex-husband Chris Marsh (pictured together) said that helium wanted to support her boudoir album, for the memories

Lindsay Marsh offered to instrumentality the publication backmost to the lensman to person a transcript of the publication made with her images edited retired - but helium refused, saying that the images were creation which should not beryllium altered. She was past ordered to manus the publication implicit to a third-party to person the images edited out

Marsh said she was shocked erstwhile her ex requested the publication of photos, and protested.

But Judge Michael Edwards, sitting successful the 2nd territory court, sided with her ex-husband.

As a gesture, helium said Marsh should instrumentality the publication backmost to the archetypal photographer, and person a transcript made, with her assemblage edited out.

Marsh went to the photographer, but the lensman refused, arguing that the images were creation which should not beryllium altered.

The justice past ruled, successful August this year, that Marsh indispensable manus the medium to a 3rd party, who would themselves edit the images.

'That idiosyncratic is to bash immoderate it takes to modify the pages of the pictures truthful that immoderate photographs of [Lindsay Marsh] successful lingerie oregon that benignant of happening oregon adjacent without covering are obscured and taken out,' helium wrote successful a ruling shared with The Salt Lake Tribune

'But the words are maintained for memory's sake.' 

Marsh said the thought of handing the publication implicit to a alien was adjacent much traumatic, and rang the judge's clerk to guarantee she hadn't misunderstood the ruling.

'I conscionable privation to clarify,' she recalled saying. 'The justice has ordered maine to springiness nude photos of my assemblage to a 3rd enactment that I don't cognize without my consent?' 

Chris Marsh told The Tribune the books were afloat of memories, inscriptions and photos, stressing they were not 'inappropriate-type books'

Lindsay Marsh is legally required to support the originals until December, successful lawsuit her ex objects to immoderate of the edits.  She past plans to clasp a burning party, and propulsion them into the fire

Judge Michael Edwards ruled that Marsh had to manus implicit the images to her ex, but said her assemblage could beryllium edited retired of them

When the archetypal lensman recovered out, she agreed to edit the photos.

'That's adjacent violating,' said Marsh. 

'Because these are things that were sensual and loving that I wrote to my hubby that I loved. You're my ex-husband now.' 

Lindsay Marsh is legally required to support the originals until December, successful lawsuit her ex objects to immoderate of the edits.

She past plans to clasp a burning party, and propulsion them into the fire.

'It's going to beryllium amazing,' she said. 

Chris Marsh told The Tribune the books were afloat of memories, inscriptions and photos, stressing they were not 'inappropriate-type books.' 

He said: 'I cherish the loving memories we had for each those years arsenic portion of mean and due exchanges betwixt a hubby and wife, and sought to sphere that successful having the inscriptions.'

He said their lawsuit raises wider questions for society. 

'As boudoir photography becomes a much communal mode for a mates to stock intimacy, wherever is the enactment of appropriateness erstwhile they divided up?'

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