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Complaint Review: Elizabeth Van Duyne Christopher Wallach
Elizabeth Van Duyne Christopher WallachIrving City Hall Irving, Texas United States of America
Elizabeth Van Duyne Christopher Wallach Mayor of Irving Elizabeth Van Duyne Dumped by Husband of 17 Years Irving, Texas
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After Commiting Resume Fraud and Calling a Beloved African American Community Leader a w***e, Beth Van Duyne is dumped by her husband of 17 years.
Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne filed for divorce from her husband of 17 years using only each spouses initials, court records indicate. Van Duyne said she used her initials to maintain privacy but declined to comment further Friday.According to Dallas County court records, EAV filed for divorce from CW in May. The mayors legal name is Elizabeth Ann Van Duyne. Her husband is Christopher Wallach, who declined to comment Friday. The divorce filing lists the last three numbers of EAVs Texas drivers license. The numbers match the last three digits of Van Duynes license, according to an online public records search. [continued below]....
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