Police in Michigan are searching for three men accused of attacking a newlywed lesbian.

After the 28-year-old woman and her partner married on March 22 in Washtenaw County, she gave a television interview about her marriage.

The couple was among the roughly 300 who tied the knot in 4 Michigan counties the day after U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman ruled the state's ban on gay marriage invalid. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati suspended Friedman's decision as the state pursues an appeal, putting the weddings on hold.

(Related: Obama admin says Michigan gay marriages will be recognized.)

Quoting the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office, The Detroit News reported that the woman was approached by three men as she walked through a parking lot of the Roundtree Apartment complex after she got off a bus in Ypsilanti Township.

“Hey [expletive], are you that [gay slur] from the news?” one of the men asked, according to police.

The men punched her in the face and kicked her in the abdomen, then fled on foot.