Nicolas Cage files for annulment 4 days after getting married

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The 55-year-old Wednesday his girlfriend, makeup artist Erika Koike, after filing for a marriage license in Las Vegas and tying the knot the same day.

Days before the annulment, Cage applied for a marriage license with Koike in Clark County, Nevada.

Cage, whose real name is Nicolas Kim Coppola, says he and Koike drank "to the point of intoxication" before the wedding Saturday. The pair were first spotted together in April 2018 on vacation in Puerto Rico.

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According to court documents obtained by Entertainment Tonight, Cage requested a divorce if annulment was not an option.

Interestingly this was Cage's fourth marriage which ended in four days.

And according to The Blast, Cage won't see any protests from Koike, as she reportedly agrees with the decision to nullify their marriage. This week was particularly memorable for the Cage man, however, as he got both married and divorced.

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Little is known of their relationship, as the two kept a relatively low profile.

He previously married Patricia Arquette in 1995 and divorced in 2001.

Onlookers told the paper that Cage seemed "very out of it" and "most likely drunk" and was seen "speaking to himself" while walking around with his hands on his hips. In June 2016, PEOPLE confirmed the two had separated in January of that year after 12 years of marriage. His second marriage Lisa Marie Presley lasted from August 2002, to November of that year.

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