Lynn France, Woman Who Discovered Husband's Second Wife on Facebook, Talks on the Today Show



John France with his new wife, a woman who obviously cares very little about good looking hair.
  • John France with his new wife, a woman who obviously cares very little about good looking hair.

Last week we told you the tale of the wife who found her husband's second wife and second life on Facebook.

At the time, she remained anonymous.

Now, Lynn France has emerged, spilling her side of the story on the Today Show and in interviews with the Associated Press, because appearing on national television shows is the natural next step for a woman so scorned, so embarrassed, and so angry at having her family's troubles broadcast on Facebook. She really just wants this to all go away, just right after she's done with her TV appearances.

Anyway, the story is turning into a classic version of he said, she said, and his hair said. She wants custody of her children, he's taken them to Florida to live with his new wife, he claims their marriage was never legal so he's not a bigamist, she claims he's a liar, his hair claims it's not getting enough credit.

Watch the video below for the full rundown, including the wedding photos from Facebook that prompted this whole fiasco. The best one? John France wearing what appears to be a sleeveless white vest during the reception, a vest that accentuates his man boobs nicely. Check it out:

Seriously? This is the guy she was upset over?
  • Seriously? This is the guy she was upset over?

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