However, Smith contested the divorce by alleging that Douglas concealed information from her that she should have known before the marriage.
Smith alleged that Douglas was not "man of the cloth" that he presented himself to be during their courtship.
In November 2014, Smith appeared in court to request a restraining order against Douglas, who in documents filed prior to the court appearance, she said accused her of having affairs with other women.
And then shortly after the pair was seen canoodling at the after party for “Addicted,” where Smith ironically played a therapist, the defecation hit the fan when news spread through Hollywood that there was trouble in paradise.In 2011, she appeared in the comedy-drama film Jumping the Broom, and in 2014 played psychotherapist in the erotic thriller, Addicted.In an interview with EURweb.com, Smith discussed her conversion from atheism to Christianity: "When I was 25 I had an encounter with God because my father had gotten sick.(Smith is besties with Tisha Campbell Martin, who battled lesbian rumors throughout her unsteady acting career.) In retaliation, Douglas filed a restraining order against Smith, requiring her to stay at least two yards away from her while they shared the same residence.The estranged coupled duked it out in court last week with Smith ending up on the losing end.