Couple Who Sued Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Finally Marry

Shortly after the United States Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the nation back in June, Kim Davis cited “God’s authority” and stopped issuing marriage licenses at her small town’s office in Kentucky.

But April Miller and Karen Roberts – along with three other couples – filed a lawsuit against her since what Davis did was unconstitutional and illegal under the new law.

Miller and Roberts were the first couple to be denied a marriage license by diabolical Davis, but yesterday the couple finally wed at the Pines at Sheltowee in Morehead and invited 125 friends, family and dozens of people they met just four months ago on the courthouse lawn outside Davis’ office. Take that, Kimmy!

They only had one rule for the guests of their wedding, and it was a strict “no mention” of Kim Davis under any circumstances.