‘Knockout’ star David Austin’s wife, Blue Rose, is a lesbian, new court documents reveal

Daphne Rosen, the star of the “KnockOut” series, married David Austin in 2004.

Rosen and Austin have two children together.

In court documents, Austin’s attorney said the marriage was “legal, lawful and customary.”

He added that the marriage lasted “at least a year” and that the couple “did not engage in sexual conduct.”

Rosen’s attorney, Thomas R. Sullivan, said in a statement that he had asked the court to declare the marriage void and to allow her to obtain a divorce.

“I am very pleased that we have the opportunity to move forward,” Sullivan said.

“The courts have spoken and now the facts of the case have been fully presented.”

Austin, who has said he was “a little shocked” by the marriage, said he didn’t know how he would react.

“It is a little shocking,” he told ABC News.

“At first I was like, what?

No way.

I thought it was something different.”

Austin has said in court documents that he is not gay, but that his wife has always treated him as one.

In 2005, Austin sued the Los Angeles County Clerk of Court for ordering him to file his divorce.

Austin’s lawyer, James D. Lacy, said his client filed the lawsuit in a bid to force the clerk to stop issuing the marriage license.

Austin has previously denied having any relationship with Rosen.

“In no way do I condone or approve of her conduct,” Austin said in 2005.

“She is a very beautiful woman who I respect very much and who I love very much.

But I’m not a homosexual.”

The Los Angeles Times reported that Austin’s former lawyer, Thomas Lacy III, filed a separate lawsuit against Austin and his ex-wife in 2008, arguing that Austin and Rosen are in a “comical and destructive marriage” that he believes has led to the dissolution of the couple’s marriage.

The lawsuit alleges that Austin “had sex with and married his former wife in California in 2005 and 2006” and claimed that Austin was “in a sexual relationship” with Rosten.

The divorce proceedings, which were set to be heard in Los Angeles Superior Court in March, were canceled, according to the newspaper.

In a statement to ABC News, Austin said, “I have never been in a homosexual relationship.

I don’t have sex with anyone.” “

What is true for me is that I am not asexual.

I don’t have sex with anyone.”

Austin’s marriage to Rosen ended in 2012.

His lawyers have not yet responded to requests for comment.