He starred in the 1992 film Honeymoon in Vegas but his most recent Sin City wedding was anything but blissful.
Nicolas Cage and his new wife Erika Koike were seen in the midst of screaming match outside of a Las Vegas casino just hours after their impulsive walk down the aisle.
The 55-year-old actor was recently caught on video applying for a marriage license at a
Wedded bliss? Nicholas Cage and his wife Erika Koike were seen in the throws of an argument out front of a Las Vegas casino after impulsively tying the knot just hours earlier on Saturday
The couple tied the knot the same day that they applied for the license but the honeymoon period didn’t last long.
New photos show the newlyweds in the throws of an argument as Cage’s makeup artist wife appeared to be getting into a waiting cab to leave.
One shot features Cage handing off Koike’s bags as she seemed to be shouting something in his direction.
The Con Air actor filed legal documents seeking an annulment of his four-day marriage to girlfriend who also agreed that the union was a ‘mistake.’
Leaving Las Vegas: Erika appeared to be grabbing her bags from her new ‘husband’ as she rushed into a waiting cab
Unclear: The reason for the pair’s discord was unclear, however, they were seen earlier behaving bizarrely and bickering as they applied for a hasty marriage license
The couple had been dating a year at the time of their sudden marriage.
Sources told the publication that Cage believes the entire situation was a ‘mistake.’
Agitated: Cage was caught earlier on surveillance making a scene while applying for the license at the Clark County Court House Marriage Licence Bureau on Saturday in footage obtained by DailyMail.com
It’s over: Nic later filed a request to annul his fourth marriage just days after tying the knot
In footage obtained by DailyMail.com, Cage was filmed making a scene while applying for a marriage license with his much younger girlfriend, bizarrely telling onlookers she was going to take all of his money.
The couple were spotted at the Clark County Court House Marriage Licence Bureau in downtown
Cage, dressed in a dark jacket, red shirt and dark pants, was filmed slowly walking behind his girlfriend of less than a year with his hands on his hips, muttering to himself.
At one point, the nephew of The Godfather film director Francis Ford Coppola raised his voice and started shouting about how Koike’s ‘boyfriend’ is a drug dealer and that ‘he isn’t doing it’ – seemingly referring to getting a marriage license.
The video shows Koike calmly telling Cage: ‘I never asked you to do this’, before he smiles and gently pushes her through the hallway, saying ‘come on, let’s go’.
Drama: At one point, the actor raised his voice and started shouting about how Koike’s ‘boyfriend’ is a drug dealer and that ‘he isn’t doing it’ – seemingly referring to getting a marriage license. The video shows Koike calmly telling Cage: ‘I never asked you to do this’
‘They started by filling the application in one of the machines,’ the source told DailyMail.com. ‘The whole time he was yelling ‘she is going to take all my money’ and ‘her ex is a druggy, her ex is a druggy’.’
‘The woman only kept saying ‘Baby, I am not asking you to do this’,’ the source added.
Because the couple were making such a scene, they were taken into a private room and later left the courthouse with papers, according to the source.
The Face/Off star was first spotted with Koike last April while he was filming in Puerto Rico.
Loud: Cage appeared to be ‘very out of it’ and was ‘most likely drunk’, an eyewitness told DailyMail.com
They’ve been seen together a few times since, including heading to dinner together in Beverly Hills in May 2018, but have mostly stayed out of the spotlight.
Not much is known about Koike, who has one credit on IMDB as a makeup artist, but records list her age as 34.
Cage has been married three times before – to Patricia Arquette, Lisa Marie Presley and most recently to Alice Kim.
He and Kim were married from 2004 to 2016 and share a son Kal-El who was born in October, 2005.
Before that, Cage was wed in 2002 to Elvis’ only child Lisa Marie but the union lasted just three months.
His first marriage was to actress Patricia Arquette, 50, from 1995 until 2001.
Ex: Cage, who has been married three times, was most recently wed to Alice Kim. Seen together in 2013 at the Venice International Film Festival
Heartbreak hotel: Cage was wed in 2002 to Elvis’ only child Lisa Marie Presley but the union lasted just three months
First time around: His first marriage was to actress Patricia Arquette, 50, from 1995 until 2001. The pair are seen in 1995 at Cannes above
How Nicolas Cage blew his $150m Hollywood fortune
By MARY KEKATOS FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
Nicolas Cage was once one of Hollywood’s top earners, with movies such as ‘National Treasure’ and ‘Leaving Las Vegas ‘ making him an A-List star.
Cage, 54, acquired a $150million fortune and soon became the most infamous Hollywood, quickly squandering his fortune.
From an $8million castle to $25million homes, from dinosaur skulls to shrunken heads, he soon faced g oreclosure on several properties and owing the IRS more than $14million.
Now worth around $25million, the Academy Award-winning actor is taking roles left and right to help pay off his debts.
Here is a look at some of Cage’s craziest purchases:
At one point, Cage owned 15 homes, including a $25million waterfront home in Newport Beach, California, a $15.7 million countryside estate in Newport, Rhode Island, and an $8.5 million abode in Las Vegas.
Other properties included a chalet in Aspen, Colorado and homes in San Francisco, New York, and Venice Beach.
He acquired the infamous LaLaurie mansion (pictured) in New Orleans in 2006 for $3.45million, which allegedly belonged to a socialite serial killer
He also acquired the infamous LaLaurie mansion in New Orleans in 2006 for $3.45million.
According to legend, the haunted house belonged to a socialite serial killer named Madame LaLaurie, who would kill and torture slaves in the 1800s.
Cage actually had a pyramid tomb constructed for him in New Orleans near his reportedly haunted mansion.
This nine-foot tall pyramid tombstone is engraved with ‘Omni Ab Uno’, Latin for ‘Everything From One.’
The actor himself has chosen to remain silent about his reasoning for the flamboyant tomb. Some speculate it’s an homage to the ‘National Treasure’ movie franchise.
Cage began collecting animals early in his career. In addition to owning two albino king cobras, which he purchased for $270,000 Cage also owned water-dwelling creatures.
He reportedly spent $150,000 on a pet octopus as an ‘acting aid’. Cage also owned a shark and a crocodile.
Cage purchased a number of animals as pets including an octopus a shark and ntwo albino king cobras (pictured, file image), which he purchased for $270,000
THE SHAH OF IRAN’S LAMBORGHINI
Cage purchased the 1971 Lamborghini Miura SVJ for $450,000 at an auction in 1997, hot off the successes of ‘Con Ai’r and ‘Face/Off’.
The car only had one previous owner, the late Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and had fewer than 2,000 miles on it.
The Lamborghini was built to Pahlavi’s special order and secretly delivered to his St Moritz chalet for a ski vacation before Christmas 1971.
A self-proclaimed history buff, Cage allegedly once outbid fellow actor Leonardo DiCaprio for a seven-million-year-old Tarbosaurus skull.
The $276,000 artifact turned out to be stolen, however, and Cage had to return it to the Mongolian government.
According to unnamed visitors, Cage has a collection of pygmy shrunken heads on display for unknown purposes.
The practice was initially utilized by head hunters so they could keep and show off their trophies.
Shrinking the head of an enemy was believed to harness the spirit of that enemy and compel him to serve the shrinker.
Cage had a comic book collection worth more than $1.6million – including Action Comics #1, which marks the very first appearance of Superman. He allegedly spent $150,000 on the purchase.
He also reportedly owned Detective Comics #38, which introduced Batman’s sidekick, Robin.
In 2011, the actor’s was forced to sell Action Comics #1. The comic book was stolen from his house in 2000 and found in a storage locker in April 2011. It fetched $2,161,000.