Last week a federal judge in Bibb County, Georgia threw out a lawsuit by Andre Pete Jordan. In the lawsuit, Jordan, who is an inmate, asked for the federal court’s permission to marry Ivanka Trump.
It was a bizarre proposal and it backfired on Jordan. He now owes the federal court $350.
In his decision, Judge Marc Treadwell wrote that Jordan’s hand-written lawsuit was frivolous, “rambling and incomprehensible.”
Jordan filed his lawsuit back on June 3 at U.S. District Court in Mason. In his handwritten filing demanded that “named defendant in this court case to become my lawfully wedded wife in full honor of the statutory laws in the Central Intelligence Agency, which bar my request for marriage….”
The lawsuit doesn’t show that there has ever been any type of communication between Jordan and Ivanka Trump or any member of the Trump family.
Jordan’s bizarre demands appeared to confuse Treadwell. In his decision, he noted that Jordan named Attorney General William Barr as a defendant, but that he presumed the proposal was aimed at Ivanka Trump.
The judge wrote, “Plaintiff’s factual allegations ‘rise to the level of the irrational or wholly incredible,’ and therefore his action is frivolous.”
Treadwell refused to waive the $350 filing fee and ordered Jordan to make monthly payments from his jail account. Jordan will have to continue making payments even after he is released from custody until the fine is paid Treadwell ordered.
Jordan has been incarcerated since last October for a probation violation and a charge of obstructing police.
Jordan is determined to keep his options open. He filed a second lawsuit the same day this one against Donald Trump’s other daughter, Tiffany Trump. He labeled the lawsuit “Marriage Request.”
That lawsuit is still pending.
According to federal court records, Jordan has in the past year filed lawsuits against Attorney General Barr, Sun Trust Bank, the Salvation Army, and the CIA.