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Monday, August 11, 2014

Confrontation About Extramarital Affair With Law Clerk Sparked Assault Charges Against Alabama U.S. Judge Mark Fuller

U.S. District Judge Mark Fuller
An alleged assault at an Atlanta Hotel began after the wife of U.S. Judge Mark Fuller (Middle District of Alabama) accused him of having an extramarital affair with his law clerk, according to a report at the Web site decaturish.com.

The incident happened at the Ritz Carlton on Peachtree Street. Mark Fuller was charged with battery, and decaturish.com cites an Atlanta Police Department report that indicates alcohol was a factor:

According to the report released by APD, the judge’s wife answered the door in tears. She had cuts on her mouth and forehead.

“Immediately upon entering the room, there was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the room,” the officer noted.

He found Fuller lying in bed. There was broken glass next to the night stand and strands of hair on the floor next to the bed. Fuller’s wife told police officers that the assault followed an argument about “issues in their marriage.” The wife explained that she accused Fuller of having an affair with his law clerk. She said Fuller pulled her hair, threw her to the ground and kicked her. She told police that Fuller dragged her around the room and struck her in the mouth several times with his hands.

When police asked Fuller how his wife got her injuries, he told them that his wife attacked him after their argument about marital infidelity. He told officers he was in bed watching CNN and she came into the room making accusations. Fuller said his wife threw a glass at him. Fuller said he grabbed his wife’s hair “to defend himself.”

“When asked about the lacerations on her mouth, Mr. Fuller stated that he just threw her to the ground and that was it,” the report says.

Police later discovered blood in the bathroom on the tub. Fuller did not have any marks or bruises, the officer noted. After medical personnel arrived, they noted additional bruises on his wife’s legs.

Fuller faced allegations of domestic abuse, extramarital affairs, and substance abuse during a 2012 divorce from his first wife, Lisa Boyd Fuller.

Fuller was granted bond on the new charges at an arraignment this morning in Atlanta.

19 comments:

RStevens43 said...

So is this another wife, and he is still having an affair with the same clerk or another one????? I am so confused.

legalschnauzer said...

This is a second wife. It appears we now are talking about a different law clerk.

ttowntruthseeker said...

I wonder if he was wearing a "wife beater" shirt. Talk about a Fuller brush with the law man!

truthseeker said...

Now wonder women fare so badly in this and other judge's courtrooms; apparently this one uses marriage to make him look like a serious judge while he fools around with the help while he tells them the way to the top at his firm is through his zipper. Ugh, this makes me sick. The South is infested with horrible men in high places who use their position and their power to meander through all of the young women they want. No wonder they can't keep the wives happy...they probably aren't keeping the law clerks happy either. When these women learn that success in the south isn't worth the price they are paying...these guys will just have to stay home and masturbate...or figure out how to get away with it under the robe while they mete out yet another crooked decision.

e.a.f. said...

Some people need to remember, "if they will do it with you, they will do it to you".

Having an affair with someone in a "committed relationship" says as much about you as the person who is in the "committed relationship". Committing adultery isn't just about sex, its about the violation of trust and an inability to keep one's word.

It also makes good business sense to divorce the first one, before moving on to the next one. Some people just don't get it.

Robby Scott Hill said...

AP has the details

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/federal-judge-accused-hitting-wife-argument-0

David in S. Alabama said...

How was Fuller with all his wealth able to get a court appointed lawyer? Also, was he able to get a $5,000 bond? Did he put it on an AmexEx card?

Anonymous said...

Myfoxatlanta.com has the 911 audio made by his wife Saturday night. Fuller can be heard slapping/hitting her and saying " I hate you"

Anonymous said...

He was in jail as late as this morning. I guess he bonded out..

Anonymous said...

Please keep your anti-Dixie comments to yourself. The South is filled with migrants from New England, the Midwest & the Pacific coast who have come to the South looking for work. We now have drawn interest from Hollywood studios looking for places to film their blockbuster films. Your anti-Dixie "rant" is evidence of your ignorance. The Civil War is over. Let it go and move on with your life.

Anonymous said...

Actually, the current wife is the former bailiff that Judge Fuller "allegedly" had an affair with on the first wife. You can find articles online identifying the bailiff from back then as "Kelli Gregg". Notice the current wife's name is "Kelli Fuller" and her son's last name is "Gregg." I guess this is a "what goes around, comes around" type situation. She should have seen this one coming. But no, he's not a serially cheating scumbag, he's only cheating with me because I'm the perfect woman, his wife is the bad person, and we're soulmates!!!

Joseph Michael said...

So,shouldn't this judge be investigated? He's a hell of a candidate for being controlled via blackmail. He needs to resign and his former cases be reviewed.

Anonymous said...

Glad to see you blogging again Legal Schnauzer

ttowntruthseeker said...

The Judge that threw Don Siegelman in the can should be the one in jail. Justice is in America seems to be located in the Twilight Zone.

e.a.f. said...

The Hollywood studios are there only because the labour is cheap. They moved North to Vancouver, B.C. and Toronto, Ontario because it was cheaper to make movies here with a low Canadian dollar. Westerns were made in Alberta for the same reason. Now that the Canadian dollar has been on par and close to par with the American dollar, these corporations are moving to "the south". labour is cheaper than Hollywood and B.C., Alberta, and Ontario Canada.

These movie corporations also move because local government offer tax rebates. In B. C., Canada, the provincial government has been paying the movie industry $287M per yr, in tax rebates. (and that is whether they need the money or not or the money ought to be spent on public education) So before you get all excited about the movie industry moving "to the south" check out how much it is costing your state coffers.

Being able to voice your opinion is something the American constitution gives citizens the right to do, even if it is "anti-Dixie". I might remind you, telling the truth is not being anti anything, its just the truth, as that person perceives it.

The "civil war" might be over, but trust me, it is still being fought or didn't you notice the Supreme Court's decision regarding Shelby county. The issues at play when the Civil War came about, are still at play and people are still trying to "fight it"

when corporations want Interns to work for free, we are talking about a form of slavery. when states implement "requirements" for voting which have nothing to do with actually citizenship, we have returned to civil war times and behaviours. The destruction of the American public school system, is simply another "civil war era" problem. The more time has gone by since the Civil War, the more things remain the same, or did you forget about Trayvon Martin, and now the young man in St. Louis. Given the news reports, it would lead me to conclude it is still "o.k. to shoot young black men". They now name it "stand your ground".

Prior to the Civil War the rich and connected did what they wanted, they are still doing it.

"Dixie" is a state of mind, which really has never gone away, nor those who believe in "Dixie": The sense of white entitlement. The sense of white male entitlement. The sense of rich, white, male entitlement.

Anonymous said...

The Republican mafia has until August 22 to give the wife a serious monetary settlement to either drop the charges or not testify against her husband. She could become an instantly wealthy divorcee. That would be worth a few cuts and bruises.

Anonymous said...

Dixie is not real, just another word for Gaza US.

Anonymous said...

WASP was Cromwell supporters winning and there wasn't a "Civil War" either, hell no. Northern states practicing slavery - how many? Oh yea, no less than 6. History in the USA uses Dixie to cover-up the real accounting of da slaves duh today too, called Ango-Saxon-Zionists. Washington, Jefferson, Ben Franklin to name only a few that were Cromwell supporters and staunch Anglo-Saxon slave owners. The enemy is ignorance in America's United Staters.

Robby Scott Hill said...

The South will not rise again, but the House of Tudor will. Young King George VII is a direct descendant of Henry VII & I am a direct descendant of His Majesty's Attorney General John Baker. The independence of the American Colonies were recognized without actual authority by the usurping German House of Hanover. Occupied British America belongs to the Tudors & will be recaptured.