The Argentine Federation of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals and
Transsexuals claims the break-up is due to alleged infidelity.
According to Merco Press, the organisation's president - Esteban
Paulon - said the women had lived together for six years before
marrying in a remote district outside of Buenos Aires.
"I loved Vaneas very much, but the couple didn't work out. I
wish her the best with her new partner", said Angela in an
interview with Perfil.
Argentina became the first country in Latin America and the
second in the Americas to allow same-sex marriage nationwide. It is
the tenth country to allow same-sex marriage.