Toby Canham/Getty Images file photoNigella Lawson's husband

Toby Canham/Getty Images file photoNigella Lawson's husband

Nigella Lawson’s husband cites lack of support in divorce

This year's winner of the coveted cajones grandes award goes to Nigella Lawson's husband, art dealer Charles Saatchi, who says he is divorcing her because she failed to have his back after he was seen with his hands around her neck during an argument in London.

Saatchi says it was a playful tiff — although he did receive a police caution for the incident. Saatchi released a statement saying, “I am disappointed that she was advised to make no public comment to explain that I abhor violence of any kind against women, and have never abused her physically in any way,” according to the AP's Big Story.

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