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Katharine McPhee has apparently been watching old Friends episodes and decided to use the Ross Gellar defense when it comes to cheating on her soon to be ex-husband Nick Cokas. In court documents in her divorce, the former reality star and now take whatever work I can get actress says she separated from her husband in March 2013. She was publicly caught cheating in October. There is one big hole in Katharine's attempt at spin. Her partner in the cheating was not on a break and Katharine knew it. Michael Morris is equally to blame since he was hooking up with Katharine but I don't like this whole holier than thou thing that she is doing. She wants everyone to think that she is an innocent party in all of this because she was on a break and could do what she wanted. When Nick files his papers in response it will be very interesting to see what day he puts down on his papers for the date of separation.
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