Florida Woman Going Through Divorce Spray Paints Broken Hearts All Over Jacksonville's New $350M Courthouse

Duval County recently opened a brand new $350-million courthouse, but a woman going through a dramatic divorce decided that it needed a final touch that only a $5 can of spray paint can bring.

Audrey Dostie, 35, was apparently unhappy with her divorce proceedings and decided to cover the building in broken hearts, the letters "AA," and a message to her judge.

Florida Woman Going Through Divorce Spray Paints Broken Hearts All Over Jacksonville's New $350M Courthouse

Dostie's estranged husband had recently filed a restraining order against her claiming domestic abuse. The pair is also fighting over custody of their son.

According to News4Jax, she showed up to the courthouse on Thursday night with a can of spray paint and took to the courthouse columns and sidewalk.

Florida Woman Going Through Divorce Spray Paints Broken Hearts All Over Jacksonville's New $350M Courthouse

In addition to writing "Free us!" and the broken hearts, she also left messages that read "F Judge James Ruth" and "$300 million courthouse."

Though, her graffiti rampage wasn't quite done. Police say she then went to her husband's business and gave it a similar makeover.

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