“She Misses Monogamy” – Brazilian Model Faces Divorce From 1 Of His 9 Wives – Check Out What Actually Happened
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Because polygamy is banned in Brazil, Arthur Urso’s wedding to nine women last year was not legally binding.
One of the nine ladies a Brazilian model married is now divorcing him. The model Arthur O Urso told news agency Jam Press that he is “sorry and startled” by the woman’s decision.
According to the New York Post, Urso was already married to Luana Kazaki when he made headlines last year after exchanging nuptials with eight other women in an attempt to “celebrate free love” and “challenge monogamy.”
One of his wives, Agatha, is now seeking a divorce because she “misses monogamy,” according to Urso.
“She wanted everything of me to herself,” the model stated of the impending breakup. “It didn’t make sense; we must share.” He said, “I was really saddened by the breakup and even more startled by her excuse.”
Urso further stated that his previous wives believe Agatha’s approach is incorrect, and that she “entered the marriage for adventure rather than true feelings.”
Arthur Urso has 50,000 Instagram followers who follow his posts on his unusual relationship.
“I realize I’ve lost a wife,” the model admitted, “but I’m not going to replace her right now.”
According to the Daily Mail, he does have a “dream” of having ten wives, which he intends to realize shortly. The young model stated that he loves each of his wives equally.
Because polygamy is banned in Brazil, his wedding to nine women in the city of So Paulo was not legally binding.
This isn’t the first time the world has been astounded by a narrative like this. A Congolese man married triplets on the same day last month, claiming that they had all proposed to him.