When Courtney Stodden married Doug Hutchison, she was 16 and he was 50.
The marriage attracted a lot of attention for obvious reasons, and most thought it would never work.
It turns out those people were absolutely right.
Stodden and Hutchison separated for the second time back in January, and it seems this time, they're calling it quits for good.
Courtney filed for divorce from Doug soon after news of their separation went public, and she's been making the most of the single life ever since.
"Divorce" and "party" are not words that usually go together, but Courtney turned lemons into lemonade over the weekend by celebrating the official end of her marriage in epic fashion.
Along with some scantily clad friends, Courtney hosted her own divorce party at Crazy Horse Gentleman's Club in Las Vegas.
It's not hard to see why a 22-year-old woman who's been married since she was 16 might want to blow off some steam, and that's exactly what Court did - shelling out for bottle service in the VIP making it rain for the working gals.
In a recent interview with The Ashley's Reality Roundup, Courtney explained the reasoning behind her celebratory blow-out:
“I think the party may help lighten things up for me,” she told the site.
“We got married in Vegas in a little chapel with like five people there, so we never had the whole bachelor/bachelorette experience. So this is like a weird reverse version of that– like a single bachelorette party!”
Of course, Courtney couldn't resist taking a few good-natured shots at her much older ex.
She swung at a groom-shaped pinata with a pink bat, and there was a cake featuring an elderly gent who we assume represented Doug:
Hey, if a few pastry- and party-favor-themed disses are as bad as this divorce gets, Courtney and Doug should consider themselves incredibly lucky.
They may not have had much of a chance from the start, but to their credit, Stodden and Hutchison lasted longer than anyone expected.
Now, Courtney and her giant boobs are single for the first time in their adult lives.
May God have mercy on us all.