Protests erupted in root when town clerk Sherrie Eriksen wouldn't issue the license.

A Montgomery County, New York same-sex couple that made headlines trying to get a marriage license from a town clerk who wouldn't give them one, now has a license and a marriage certificate.

Protests erupted in root when town clerk Sherrie Eriksen wouldn't issue the license.

She said the two men hadn't properly scheduled an appointment and needed to schedule one to meet with her deputy, continuing to say she had a religious objection.

Eriksen is now reportedly being investigated by the town and the state.

Messenger Post's news partner, News10NBC got word Sunday that the couple did get married this past weekend.