Alienation Of Affection: The Cuckold's Revenge

Yithian

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A CUCKOLD IN NORTH CAROLINA SUED HIS WIFE’S BOYFRIEND. AFTER TWO YEARS IN COURT, HE WON.

In North Carolina, a husband suspected his wife was cheating on him. His first clue: She asked him for a divorce. His second: A private investigator discovered undeniable evidence of her affair. Two months later, the husband visited the county courthouse. Instead of filing for a divorce, however, he sued his wife’s boyfriend for turning him into a cuckold.

The wild part is, after two years in court, the husband just won. And now, the wife’s boyfriend owes him $750,000.


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In addition to North Carolina, it’s available to cuckolds in Mississippi, South Dakota, Utah, New Mexico and Hawaii. But the Tar Heel state is the most egregious in applying it, as the state averages an estimated 200 cases a year. As one local law firm explained to potential new clients: “When someone engages in a relationship with a married person, a resulting alienation of affection or criminal conversation lawsuit can be costly. Fairly high-dollar awards in such cases have existed in the state for a number of years, a fact not generally known.”

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https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/north-carolina-cuck-lawsuit-kevin-howard
 

maximus otter

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...the Tar Heel state is the most egregious in applying it, as the state averages an estimated 200 cases a year.
Egregious? l think that someone has relied on Spellcheck there.

Anyway, in a country and State where firearms are far more accessible than here in the UK, l think that lover boy got a bargain at $750,000.

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