Man Accuses Ex of Sleeping With the Entire Wu-Tang Clan on 'Divorce Court'

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Wu-Tang Clan perform at the Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival on Aug. 30, 2014 in Seattle, Washington.

Cue the “ain’t nothing to f--- with” jokes.

Yes, you read that headline correctly. On a recent episode of Divorce Court, a scorned man named Nathan Sellers accused Lia Palmquist of sleeping with the entire Wu-Tang Clan. We don't know of a law against that on the books, but the accusation probably didn't do wonders for their relationship. Check out the video below:

"I kept my lady points together," Palmquist insists. "I met Wu-Tang. I got on their tour bus. I went back to their hotel. And I was just hanging out all night. It was amazing. We were not doing anything but talking… we talked a lot about politics."

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Sellers interjects with zingers like, "She gave Wu some tang" -- which we can only hope is an accurate representation of the American judicial system.

In the end, Palmquist doesn't get anything because she waited too long to accuse Sellers of giving her bedbugs, which was what the case was about in the first place. So there you go, kids. That's how the law works.