Divorce Court Drama: Man Accuses Girlfriend of Sleeping With the Entire Wu-Tang Clan

A man accused his girlfriend of sleeping with the entire Wu-Tang Clan on a recent episode of Divorce Court; "She gave the Wu some Tang," he hilariously claims -- watch the crazy, funny clip here.

She did not bang the Tang. A man named Nathan Sellers accused his girlfriend Lia Palmquist of sleeping with the entire Wu-Tang Clan on the Friday, April 10 episode of Divorce Court, and their appearance before Judge Lynn Toler has since gone viral.

"This sounds ridiculous, but he accused me of sleeping with the entire Wu-Tang Clan," Palmquist said before the courtroom, which erupted into laughter.

"She did," Sellers claimed, while Judge Toler asked incredulously: "Well, do you even know the Wu-Tang Clan?!"

Palmquist confirmed she did. "I did. I had an amazing night, one night," she claimed. "I had a really good opportunity."

Judge Toler then asked: "How amazing was it?" prompting Sellers to spitefully note: "She gave them some things."

According to Palmquist, she was out with the hip-hop group one night after meeting them backstage following a concert. The party then moved to Wu-Tang's tour bus and eventually back to their hotel, where they partied until 7 a.m., and discussed "a lot about politics."

In Sellers' words: "She gave them some tang."

Still, Palmquist maintained that she did not cheat on her live-in boyfriend at the time. "Let me just put on the record that Wu-Tang was nothing but gentlemen. I would never cheat on him," she claimed. "I would never be a bus-down or a groupie in that time of situation... I kept my lady parts together."

Oddly enough, Palmquist was the plaintiff in the case, and was pressing charges against Sellers for allegedly bringing bedbugs into their home. She claimed the bugs were brought into her home from a bed frame stored away in a unit, and she sought $3,500 in damages. The issue was that the episode was taped in 2014, and the bed bug incident took place in 2011.

The timeline prompted Judge Toler to rule in favor of the defendant. "You know you're not getting any money, right?" she said. "You were sleeping with him after. There will be no recovery in this matter."