Court voids injured landscaper's 'predatory marriage'
Kim Kevin Hunt, left, was in a coma for 18 days following an accident that left him with severe head injuries. Three days after his release from hospital, he wed Kathleen Anne Worrod, right.
An Ontario Superior Court ruling has rendered the marriage involving a former Muskoka landscaper as void, stating it was a "predatory marriage" in which the man's wife was positioning herself to make claim to his future wealth, including an estimated $1 million personal injury settlement. The marriage took place three days after the landscaper was released from hospital following a "catastrophic" head injury.
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