Divorce for ex-footballer David Seaman
Former England goalkeeper David Seaman's wife was granted a quickie divorce today on the grounds of adultery.
District Judge Richard Robinson pronounced a decree nisi at the Family Division of London's High Court, taking just three minutes 25 seconds.
In documents released by the court, Debbie Seaman said she first became aware of the adultery last July.
In response to the question "Do you find it intolerable to live with the respondent?", she replied: "Yes."
The documents showed the former footballer admitted the adultery.
The couple were married at Castle Ashby House in Castle Ashby in Northamptonshire on July 15 1998.
Neither party attended court.
Seaman reportedly separated from his wife last Spring before moving in with skating professional Frankie Poultney.
The pair met through the television show Dancing On Ice.
The 6ft 4in ex-goalkeeper appeared in the first series of the ITV1 show in 2006.
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