Al Sharpton’s daughter is hour late to own wedding, may have good excuse with her ‘$5 million leg’

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Al Sharpton’s daughter was on her last leg before marrying a fellow race activist on Sunday.

Activist Dominique Sharpton, who is suing New York City for $5 million for a sprained ankle, despite being photographed climbing a mountain after her alleged injury, was an hour late to her wedding, the New York Post reported.

Mrs. Dominque Sharpton Bright.

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She eventually married 33-year-old Marcus Bright at a cathedral in Queens, New York.

The Sharpton family’s guests included former New York Rep. Charles Rangel and the families of Sean Bell and Amadou Diallo, both of whom he protested after they were shot by police.

My son, Dr. Marcus Bright.

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The Post reported that Dominique has a history of tardiness, as she was late for four appointments to give depositions in her injured ankle case.

But her ankle appeared to be fine on Sunday, despite her claim that she suffered permanent injury, according to the Post.

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