Who said love heals all wounds? It certainly wasn't someone from Motril, Spain.
An unidentified husband and wife were sentenced to jail time for reconciling
, reports The Telegraph. The couple broke a restraining order that forbade them from being within 500 meters of one another.
Separated since September 2008, the Spanish court put a restraining order on the husband because of constant fighting and domestic violence.
However, nothing could separate these two for long as the two were found together and arrested in their hometown.
While the couple both claimed the meeting was agreed upon, they were still breaking the law. The man has been sentenced to six months in jail. His wife, who was found guilty of being an accomplice, will only have to serve four months.
And although there have been no reports of couples going to jail for getting back together, we here at Lemondrop think that there are some celeb duos who the authorities should consider for this type of punishment.Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick:
While we love the drama that unfolds between these two on E!'s "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," there's just something sketchy about Disick. We're not saying he'll hit Kourtney, but he just looks like he's up to no good. RIhanna and Chris Brown:
After they both (separately) did interviews with ABC's "20/20," it's pretty obvious that these two still have love burning inside -- even if it does hurt. However, we don't really have to really explain why these two make our list. Besides, it wouldn't be the first time this couple has gone to court over their relationship.
Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson:
Probably one of the most volatile couples of the year, these two have had many heated public arguments -- including one that resulted in LiLo's clothes strewn all over the street.
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