Lia Palmquist was forced to defend herself when her boyfriend accused her of cheating on him with the "entire Wu-Tang Clan" on an episode of "Divorce Court."
She and boyfriend Nathan Sellers engaged in a bitter exchange in a clip that was posted to YouTube on Friday.
The two appeared on the show in February after Palmquist sued Sellers.
Palmquist related how she met the rap group behind tracks such as "Protect Ya Neck" and "C.R.E.A.M." and ended up spending time with the group until about 7 a.m.
While denying that she cheated on Sellers, she said she hung out with Wu-Tang Clan and "talked a lot about politics" on the night in question.
Palmquist clarified for Judge Lynn Toler that she never carried out any "bustdown" or "groupie behaviour" on the night in question.
Toler, having just learned the definition of "bustdown," later said, "You stayed out all night, got on a tourbus with a band or a group, that's bustdown behaviour, is it not?"
The case didn't turn out so well for Palmquist either; the judge awarded her no money in the matter.
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