The 41-year-old Henry Lehrmann married the 19-year-old showgirl, on April 26, 1922 in Santa Ana, California.
Henry had met Jocelyn in New York. The couple separated in November 15, 1923 after a year of turmoil.
In the divorce complaint Henry detailed the many times they had to move triggered by Jocelyn temper and the numerous police calls.
Even after he paid, her money to leave him alone and he left Los Angeles.
When he returned and was living separately, the quarrelling started up again; she would show up at all hours day or night, braking through doors and smashing windows to get at him.
He was living at 6600 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood when she broke into his apartment during a business meeting and threatened to involve him in some scandal that would ruin his career in pictures.
Jocelyn was forced to leave but came back about 2 am in the morning, and was attacking Henry, his landlady ordered Jocelyn off the premises.
In November 1924, Judge Guerin signed a restraining order against Jocelyn’s action, as she had hampered Henry’s film work. She was ordered to leave him alone.Finally, Henry received his divorce for Jocelyn (under her real named Mary Alice); they had married April 26, 1922, separated November 15, 1923 and were divorced December 16, 1924.