She also received a fine and probation in 2015 after drunkenly crashing her car into a utility pole.
Her defense attorney claimed it was a suicide attempt.
The history of hip-hop is littered with chance relationships that spurred their members to greatness: Puffy and Biggie, Jay Z and Kanye West, Teddy Riley and Keith Sweat.
But not all of rap’s important hook-ups have been positive.
Their on-again, off-again, 20-plus-year relationship would serve as the inspiration for two of Eminem’s most controversial songs, “Kim” and “’97 Bonnie and Clyde.” Given the nature of the rapper’s rise to nationwide prominence and infamy, these bloody revenge fantasies and the controversy they generated arguably helped make the rapper a star.
So, with the 15th anniversary of the duo’s first divorce coming Sunday, we thought it would be worthwhile to take a look into the history of the rocky pairing that did so much to inspire one of the modern era’s most lauded, loved, and (in many circles) loathed artists.
The 42-year-old was married not once but twice to the Grammy winner.
The Slim Shady moniker may never have materialised if he’d pursued one of his pre-fame jobs as a cook at a family restaurant in Michigan.
In his defense, Hailie was only a 14-year-old girl back then.
But it’s obvious he’s just like any dad who is fiercely protective of his little girls.
The duo eventually starting living with Eminem (whose real name is Marshall Mathers) and his family. MORE: Did Eminem's Daughter Hailie Scott Get Plastic Surgery? The couple welcomed Hailie on Christmas Day 1995 when Kim was 20 and Eminem was 23.
Though having a child put a strain on their relationship, they tied the knot in 1999, but divorced two years later, in part because of an onstage incident in 2000. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) Despite years of turmoil, the pair remarried in January 2006, but the star filed for divorce again after just three months.