Paul Forziano and Hava Samuels just want to be treated like every other married couple!
The newlyweds recently tied the knot after several years of dating, but they are currently being denied their right to live together due to their mental disabilities. Now, the two are in the middle of a legal battle in hopes of one day being able to live under same roof as husband and wife.
The couple is forced to got to their respective New York group homes at the end of each day, and Paul says it isn’t easy saying goodbye to Hava every night:
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We knew she wasn't that bad!
Nancy Grace announced that she will be donating the proceeds of her murder mystery novel, Death on the D-List, to Wesley Glen Methodist Ministries, a Georgia group that helps adults with mental disabilities.
"We all know I've been pretty mean in the courtroom and out, so this may be my only ticket to heaven," she said. "So please, I want you to accept this check. It's for $25,000, it's part of my proceeds, and God willing, there's more coming to Wesley Glen.
They provide a truly loving home to the mentally handicapped. I've been there myself, before I endorsed it. I've looked at the homes, I personally know the director, and I've spent time there helping them raise money and looking at Wesley Glen so I knew about it."
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