Tranny Widow Fighting Dead Firefighter Husband’s Family For Death Benefits, Compares Herself To Someone With Six Toes

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transgender widow Nikki Araguz

Meet Nikki Araguz. Nikki, born Justin Graham Purdue, is being sued by her late husband’s family over death benefits. They feel her marriage with former firefighter Thomas Araguz was ‘null and void’ due to the fact that she was born a man and in the state of Texas, it is unlawful for two men to marry.

Nikki Araguz, wife of recently deceased firefighter, Thomas Araguz, is being taken to court by her late husband’s relatives over the distribution of his assets. Born Justin Graham Purdue, Nikki married Thomas in August 2008, but in April of this year, their attorney informed Thomas of his wife’s real identity and they separated. Thomas Araguz died later on July 4 battling a massive fire.

Lawyers cite that the couple’s marriage could not be considered legal because in the state of Texas, in which Thomas and Nikki were Wharton residents, two men cannot be married. The lawsuit claims that under Texas law, a person that undergoes a sex change is still considered the same sex that their birth certificate shows.

Nikki aka Justin seems to be perturbed about this lawsuit and doesn’t think she’s a transgender…she’s just someone with a birth defect:

Araguz explains that she has neither male nor female reproductive organs. She says she was born with male genitalia that progressed to the point of a 2-year-old’s.

“I had the operation two months after our marriage, and my husband was fully aware, and the birth defect that I had essentially was not a problem to my husband,” she says. “He was proud to be my husband as much as I was proud to be his wife.”

Pressed by the reporter about whether she was born male, Araguz responds: “I do not and have not ever considered myself in that way, but I understand that some people are explaining it like that. And what I’d like to say is that essentially I had a disorder much like anyone else who was born with a birth defect of any kind — no arm, six toes, no vision, OK? There was an anatomical birth defect that was underdeveloped beyond the age of 2 years old.” At the end of the interview, Araguz vows to continue fighting her husband’s family’s effort to deny her death benefits, because she says that’s what he would have wanted.

“I’m deeply, deeply devastated by the loss of my husband,” she says. “I have not even had the opportunity to grieve, and I’m having to deal with this awful, awful situation. I love you, my sweet husband, may you rest in peace.”

Click Here To Watch Nikki Araguz Explain Her Side Of The Story On BossipVideo.com

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