How palimony began

Jacobs, Alexandra
February 1996
Entertainment Weekly;2/16/96, Issue 314, p76
Reports on the outcome of palimony claims filed by singer, Michelle Triola against actor, Lee Marvin. 1960s affair between Triola and Marvin; 1970s separation of the couple; Court decision on the case; Post-case events.


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