Man sues his date for texting during film

Ever have a date from hell?

A man from Texas says he did and he's not willing to let it go either.

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According to American-Statesman, Brandon Vezmar took his first date, after meeting online, to small claims court.

His demand? He wants his money back for his ticket to the blockbuster 'Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2'.

He claims she was interrupting his cinema experience by texting.

Adding that he believes she is 'a threat to civilized society' and is demanding a full refund of $17.31 - the full price for his ticket.

That glow of the phone must have really gotten to him!

Apparently it started 15 minutes into the movie and it didn't end there.

He says she 'activated her phone at least 10-20 times' during the course of the film.

With this being one of his pet peeves, he asked her to step outside to text.

She never returned leaving him at the cinema stranded with no way to get home.

She believes this is crazy and plans on getting a protective order against him as he reached out to her little sister for the movie ticket money as well.

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He said in September last year that he was 'downsizing' his life, selling his ranch in Napa and returning to TV where the pay is steadier. According to Fox News he added: "Divorce is expensive. I used to joke they were going to call it 'all the money', but they changed it to 'alimony'.
The Gossip Girl actress filed for bankruptcy this year. One major contributing factor was an enormous legal bill from her divorce and custody battle with her ex-husband. Her German husband had been deported, and the divorce lawyer ruled that the couple should spend equal time with the children. Because her husband could not enter the US, he ruled that they should live with their father and Rutherford should travel to visit them. She told E!News she had "spent every penny. Every penny from Gossip Girl, my pension, my stocks has been spent fighting for my children."
One of the oddest celebrity divorce settlements was in the late 1970s when Marvin Gaye was ordered to record a new album and pay the royalties to his ex-wife. The album is called Here My Dear and includes songs such as "You can leave, but it's going to cost you'. The cost of the divorce was one of a number of factors that drove him to bankruptcy in 1979.
The Sopranos actress (who played Dr Jennifer Melfi) filed for bankruptcy in 1999. She had spent five years fighting a custody battle with her ex, Harvey Keitel, and despite getting custody of her daughter, she told the New York Times she was left $2 million in debt to the lawyers in her bankruptcy and custody cases.

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