Stacey Dash, the "Clueless" actress who in recent years has become a prominent conservative figure, reportedly tied the knot earlier this year in a secret ceremony.
According to Page Six, Dash and her now-husband wed on April 6, 2018, just 10 days after meeting for the first time. The wedding occurred one week after Dash withdrew her bid for congressional office.
Dash's manager confirmed news of the marriage but did not share how or when the two met.
So who's the man who so quickly -- the pun must be made -- dashed to the altar? His name is Jeffrey Marty, and he's known for creating (and still running) a Twitter account for a fictional congressman, Rep. Steven Smith of Georgia.
The character is a staunch supporter of President Trump, but it's not satirical; Marty uses the fake politician, which boasts 53,000 followers, as a mouthpiece for his own thoughts, most of which are conspiracy theories about Democratic politicians.
"I've been playing this role since October 30, 2013, when I bought 5,000 followers from some Russian guy," he confirmed in 2016 in a post for the conservative outlet The Daily Caller. "[CNN anchor] Christiane Amanpour fell for the hoax the next day."
Marty also in the piece refers to Barack Obama as "insane" and Bill Clinton as "worse than Bill Cosby."
Dash herself is no stranger to controversy, often making headlines for her far-right musings on the latest political happenings.
In February of this year, Dash filed to run in California's 44th congressional district. She withdrew her bid one month later, on March 30, and as we now know, quietly wed Marty days after that.