Frustration with an ex can drive people to do crazy things -- like drive a car into their ex-husband's home.

That's exactly what Kathy Lee Emery of Muskegon County, Michigan did. On Tuesday she was sentenced to 30 days in jail and 18 months probation for driving her Dodge Durango into her ex-husband's home after their Jan. 7 divorce hearing, Michigan-based news site reports.

“I did what I did and I am sorry for that, but I don’t deserve the games he played with me before it led to this,” Emery said in court. (Watch her full statement in the video above.)

Her ex-husband, Roger Emery, was awarded the house during the January hearing, which, according to Muskegon County Sheriff’s Office report, is what set her off.

The former couple -- who have no children -- was married for five years but together for 10 years.

Earlier this month, British man Andrew McGarry pulled a similar stunt when he drove his Vauxhall Zafira into the matrimonial home so that his estranged wife would not get to keep the house in the divorce. She and their three children were in the house at the time of the crash, but no one was injured.

Watch the video above to view Emery's sentencing, then click through the slideshow below for five other crazy ex stories.

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  • Ex-Husband Sale

    In May 2012, a recently divorced Superior, Wisc. woman <a href="">held an "X-Husband Sale"</a> on her front lawn where she gave away piles of her ex's belongings for free. She also flattened the tires on his SUV and <a href="">spray-painted it with the word "cheater"</a> and other invectives (<a href="">click here</a> for photos). Police had to <a href="">tow away the vehicle</a> after curious passersby caused traffic to slow to a halt in front of the house.

  • "Adulterers Need Not Apply"

    In July 2012, Elle Zober put her Beaverton, Ore. home up for sale with a <a href="">sign on the front lawn</a> that read: "Husband left us for a 22-year-old. House for sale by scorned, slightly bitter, newly single owner. Adulterers need not apply." Zober <a href="">told local Fox affiliate KPTV</a> that it was not an act of revenge. In fact, her seemingly laid-back husband knew about the sign and even approved its use. Luckily, the kooky marketing scheme paid off. <a href="">According to Zober's website</a>, an offer was put in on the house just 23 days after she listed it.

  • Burn, Baby, Burn!

    In July 2012, 35-year-old Denver man Scott Kramer was <a href="">charged with felony arson</a> after he reportedly set his estranged wife's wedding dress, wedding photos and skis ablaze. Prosecutors said he <a href="">put her belongings in a garbage can</a> and set them on fire near his home.

  • Totally Nuts

    In June 2011, a divorced Michigan woman <a href="">reportedly sent a letter coated in peanut butter</a> to her ex-husband, whose current wife was allergic to peanuts. The <a href="">ex-wife denied accusations</a> that it was a deliberate attempt to make his new wife ill. She insisted, rather, that she did it to prevent the woman from reading the private contents of the letter.

  • All Fired Up

    In March 2012, 44-year-old Brit <a href="">Darrell Plews set fire</a> to his estranged wife's clothes, shoes, and designer purses after learning that she married a man she met on a solo trip to Africa months prior. To make matters worse, she was <a href="">still legally married to Plews</a> when she tied the knot with her new Gambian beau. In a fit of jealous rage, <a href="">Plews burned her belongings</a> in the garden of the house they once shared together in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. His punishment? A 12-month <a href="">prison sentence</a>, <a href="">£5,000</a> owed to his wife in compensation and a two-year <a href="">restraining order</a>.

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