Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Irreconcilable wall posts? Nearly 1 in 5 divorce cases cite Facebook, lawyers say

Facebook is supposed to bring people together - but may be tearing some apart.

Divorce lawyers say the social networking site is tempting users to cheat on their spouses, reports The UK's Telegraph, and flirty messages and wall posts are increasingly being cited as evidence of extramarital activity.

One law firm says that nearly one in five divorce cases they’re working on cited Facebook, a site that allows people to connect with past friends and make new ones.

“I had heard from my staff that there were a lot of people saying they had found out things about their partners on Facebook and I decided to see how prevalent it was,” Mark Keenan, Managing Director of Divorce-Online tells the Telegraph. “I was really surprised to see 20 per cent of all the petitions containing references to Facebook

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Monday, December 21, 2009

Facebook: The truth is out there

Looking for a way out of her broken marriage, one woman turned to popular social networking site Facebook for evidence of her husband’s infidelity.

In the end, pictures and status updates posted by her husband’s pregnant girlfriend were proof enough for the court that the woman, who is in her late 20s, should not have to wait the standard three years for the divorce to be finalized.

Her lawyer Amolat Singh said: “She was a frequent Facebook user and was resourceful after stumbling on the photos.”

He is among a growing number of lawyers and private investigators here who say that with more people living their lives out loud online, Facebook has become a useful tool in legal battles.

The use of the social networking site has proven especially prevalent in evidence gathering for cases concerning extra-marital affairs or divorce.

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Monday, November 30, 2009

Wife catches lawsuit instead of cheater

To catch a cheating partner with help from private investigators, be careful to follow the law or the police will go after you instead of the cheater.

A woman and her accomplices were arrested for violating the law for privacy protection by hiring private detectors to unlawfully install bugs on her spouse's vehicle and scooter. After the spouse uncovered the hidden bugs, the wife and the two investigators were arrested after they confessed to the police.

From police report, Lin Jing-yi, 34, and her spouse surnamed Guo, 40, usually drive separately to Hsinchu Science Park Administration, where they both work. The detective work began in April this year, when the offender noticed that her spouse had been arriving home late for several nights, with his cell phone turned off. She then hired two private detectors in an attempt to uncover a possible affair.

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Hiring A Private Investigator Is The Key To Catching A Cheating Spouse

According to Christopher Paoletti, the Founder and President of Infidelity Investigations (, a full service private investigation agency located in Bridgeport, Connecticut specializing in infidelity cases, individuals that may be unaware of a cheating spouse are putting themselves at risk.

“Surveys show that infidelity is more rampant than most people think,” says Paoletti whose investigations have been the subject of countless divorce proceedings in Connecticut and throughout the United States. “Although many people will ultimately catch a cheating spouse, there are many who never find the truth that they deserve.”

Paoletti says that a gut feeling, usually based on changes in the behavior of the cheating spouse, is usually enough of a reason to consider hiring a private investigator and he says that while victims deserve the truth about a cheating spouse, the reason for hiring a private investigation firm is to protect oneself.

“First and foremost, gaining proof of a cheating spouse will protect the victim legally because, in some states, adultery can be grounds for divorce,” says Paoletti. “Secondly, knowing the truth can protect the victim emotionally because suspicion alone can do great damage. By revealing the truth once and for all, the victim can finally learn to handle the situation and move forward.”

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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Senator who called on President Clinton to resign after affair, admits affair himself.

You remember John Ensign, right? He's the Republican U.S. Senator from Nevada who recently announced that he cheated on his wife with an aide. But he's not resigning - despite the fact that he called on President Clinton to resign for his marital infidelity. Why the different standard?

Nevada U.S. Sen. John Ensign told The Associated Press on Wednesday that his affair with a friend's wife was different from former President Bill Clinton's affair in the White House because Clinton committed a felony when he lied about it to a grand jury.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Elizabeth Edwards Expects DNA Test for Hubby's Alleged Love Child

The wife of philandering former Sen. John Edwards said she expects a paternity test will take place soon to determine the father of the 18-month-old child of her hubby's former mistress.

In an interview on CNN's "Larry King Live," Elizabeth Edwards confronted rumors that her cheating husband was set to claim paternity of little Frances, his alleged love child with ex-mistress Rielle Hunter.

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Monday, August 17, 2009

Vengeful Wife Wants Cheating Husband Out of Prison

A woman who glued her philandering husband's penis to his stomach (with the assistance of the husband's mistress) has asked that her husband be released from prison. Tracy M. Hood-Davis requested that her husband, Donessa T. Davis Sr., be released so he could help support Hood-Davis's two children.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Divorce Rates After Infidelity Decrease

The last year saw its share of lawmakers facing the cameras to admit their affairs. Notably missing from their stories — any word, so far, that those liaisons would end their marriages.

Photographic proof that state Sen. Paul Stanley's intern was naked in his Nashville apartment forced his resignation effective this week. Former presidential candidate John Edwards and South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford also admitted to indiscretions after their fidelity was called into question.

In each case, either the man or his wife said they planned to work on saving their marriages. Now, data on divorce and infidelity suggest that something similar is happening between lesser-known couples more often than people suspect.

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Thursday, August 6, 2009

10 Contradictory Signs of Infidelity

There are many signs of infidelity. Sometimes cheaters may appear to display contradictory signs of infidelity. But it’s important to remember that no two cheaters are alike. The telltale signs one cheating husband displays may be just the opposite of the signs displayed by another husband who is having an extramarital affair.

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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Aussie PIs Hope to Keep No-Fault Divorce Precendent

Picture this: a husband so desperate to escape an unhappy marriage that he commits fraud to "expose" himself in an act of infidelity. He hires a prostitute to act as his lover and a private investigator to burst into a motel room and photograph them in flagrante delicto.

Australia's private investigators can recall the boom days of a seedy, sordid business, when a spouse would go to such extremes to get a divorce. Until the arrival of no-fault divorce laws in 1975, a marriage could not be dissolved unless one spouse was found, in effect, to be the guilty party. Commonly it was for adultery, more often for desertion. Otherwise cruelty, drunkenness, imprisonment or insanity might be grounds for divorce.

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Monday, July 6, 2009

Is Infidelity Genetic?

Philanderers -- both male and female -- are as old as the hills, or at the very least as old as Shakespeare, who astutely wrote: "Love is not love/which alters when it alteration finds/or bends with the remover to remove." In more recent times, the sanctity of marriage has faced the double threat of the internet and mobile phone technology. Yet, according to author Tess Stimson, nothing poses more of a deadly menace to a marriage than the modern, liberated girl's way of thinking.

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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

SC Governor Admits to Foreign Affair

S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford admitted today that his secret trip to Argentina over the Father's Day weekend was to visit a woman he has been having an affair with for the past year.

In an emotional news conference, Sanford said his relationship with the woman in Argentina would not work, but would not say if it was over. He did not name the woman, but said he met her eight years ago, although their casual friendship evolved into a romantic relationship about a year ago.

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Monday, June 22, 2009

Conservative Senator Admits to Infidelity

Sources say Douglas Hampton, who's married to Senator John Ensign's former paramour, was behind plans demanding money in exchange for silence.

Earlier this week, Douglas Hampton's lawyer issued a statement saying the Hamptons wanted to keep things quiet. In that statement, they blasted Ensign, saying "It is unfortunate the senator chose to air this very personal matter, especially after the Hamptons did everything possible to keep this matter private."

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

More Jon & Kate Infidelity Rumors Swirl

New details are emerging about Jon Gosselin's alleged fling with schoolteacher Deanna Hummel, and boy are they doozies.

Us Magazine reports that the Jon & Kate Plus 8 dad was doing some hard partying with Hummel and a youthful gang of revelers in Park City, Utah, on May 25 and, despite the fact that it was his wife Kate Gosselin's 34th birthday, he neglected to buy a present for his spouse.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Elizabeth Edwards Responds to Post-scandal Criticism

Memoir writer Elizabeth Edwards says no one should tell her how she should respond to the infidelity of her husband, former U.S. Sen. John Edwards.

The wife of the former Democratic presidential contender from North Carolina said before a book signing in Raleigh, N.C., Saturday she has been unfairly criticized for detailing her reactions to his infidelity in her book "Resilience," The (Raleigh) News & Observer reported Sunday.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Therapist Sees Increase in Internet Infidelity

Do your Facebook friends include former love interests?

How do you handle inquiries from former romances? It's a question we posed on a few weeks ago. And while not many people were not eager to share details, they responded in an online survey.

In the unscientific survey, 12 percent of people polled said they used a social networking sites to contact a former boyfriend or girlfriend. And of those, about 5 percent actually continued the relationship.

An Omaha marriage therapist said social networking Web sites can be dangerous for marriage.

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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Ashely Madison Expands Utah Advertising

The man who runs a Web site for married people to find dates wants to expand advertising in Utah.

He calls companies that reject his ads "hypocrites."

The Ashley Madison Company is a dating site for people who want to have an affair.

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Online Infidelity Soars With Economy, Lay-offs

Losing one’s job after years with a certain company can – and even does these days – mean more than just a financial hit that will have one spending more time at home trying to find a new position. As the increasing number of members of infidelity websites (destined especially for married people looking for other married people) shows, the many lay-offs seem to have found a cure in no-strings-attached romances.

Leaving aside the moral implications of these “campaigns,” they are presented as the best method to alleviate stress and take one’s mind from the financial hardships one is facing. It’s fun, does not involve any longtime commitment and, what’s best, it implies meeting someone who faces the same risks as you do. In the UK alone, as the Daily Mail informs, not only have these websites flourished into a highly lucrative business, but the number of members is also increasing exponentially.

“In the past six months, we’ve seen a 25 per cent increase in members versus the previous six months, and it’s certainly being driven by the recession.” David Rees, the founder and director of MarriedAndLooking, says for the aforementioned publication.

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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Real Housewife Splits with Husband Amid Rumors of Infidelity

It's more shocking than a Bachelor split! Countess Luann de Lesseps of The Real Housewives of New York City has reportedly separated from her husband, the Count, amid rumors of his infidelity. Where are the cameras when you need them?

The couple have been married 16 years and are currently starring in Bravo's second season of The Real Housewives. She is his third wife. In a recent episode, the Countess got into a heated argument with fellow housewife Ramona, who criticized Luann for marrying a man 15 years her senior.

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Friday, March 27, 2009

Infidelity Dating Site Offers LeAnn Rimes Lifetime Membership

In the wake of the LeAnn Rimes cheating scandal (in which she was busted by a security camera making out with her married TV movie co-star, Eddie Cibrian) the world’s largest infidelity dating site,, has offered the country crooner a free lifetime membership to do the dirty discreetly, until death do her part.

"We feel confident that Leann will indeed find true love on our site OR at the very least, a fantastic one night stand," they said in their offer.

AshleyMadison President Noel Biderman feels that LeAnn "shouldn’t have to suffer in silence any longer," but also stresses that "hooking up with co-workers is never a good idea!"

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Thursday, March 19, 2009

LeAnn Rimes Accused of Cheating

LeAnn Rimes is speaking out in light of rumors that she has a cheatin' heart.

"This is a difficult time for me and my loved ones, but I appreciate all your continued support," the 26-year-old country singer wrote on her personal website Wednesday. "I would like to assure all of you that this is a place for you to hear things directly from me and as you all know, not everything in our lives is always black and white."

The message to her fans comes on the heels of a report by Us Weekly that the married Rimes is allegedly having an affair with equally married actor Eddie Cibrian, her costar in the upcoming Lifetime TV movie Northern Lights.

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Friday, February 6, 2009

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Cheating Partners Exposed with’s Valentine’s Day Infidelity Quiz

DENVER, CO — February 6, 2009 — For years private investigators have been touting Valentine’s Day as the number one day for cheaters. However, most people do not even recognize every day activities as signs of cheating. Affairs often continue for years without the other spouse’s awareness., a directory of local pre-screened private investigators, has created a free online quiz for suspicious spouses. This quick and easy quiz will create awareness for attentive partners who are ready to act. To take the infidelity quiz, visit

“This year, hopes to offer a bit of reassurance to those who may have infidelity concerns, and help those who may be correct about those suspicions,” said Co-founder Trent Carlyle. “It is often easier to catch cheaters around Valentine’s Day because they want to spend time with both their spouses and lovers so slip-ups occur. Many cheaters will withdraw large amounts of money to purchase extravagant gifts for their partners — ringing alarm bells for those who aren’t on the receiving end of the gifts.”

Using these and other tell-tale signs of infidelity, partners can arm themselves with evidence and stop the disastrous pattern of infidelity. The best thing a worried partner can do is to prepare. Oftentimes, what started out as just an inkling of suspicion will prove to be accurate. Studies have confirmed it, showing that 85 percent of women and 50 percent of men who suspected that their partner was cheating were ultimately correct.

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Monday, January 19, 2009

Woman Sues Husband's Lover Over Divorce, STD

A woman who claims she was forced to be tested for a sexually transmitted disease after her cheating husband contracted Chlamydia is suing the man's new lover–-a Chicago woman--for more than $35,000 in damages.

Dawn Murer, of Texas, filed the suit Wednesday in Cook County Circuit Court against Andrea Carrell, alleging Carrell's sexual relationship with her husband Eric Murer is to blame for the dissolution of their 16-year marriage.

According to the suit, Eric Murer began a sexual relationship with Carrell in January 2008, allegedly calling her numerous times, sending her gifts and arranging for secret sexual rendezvous.

Read more at WBBM NewsRadio 780.

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Thursday, January 15, 2009

Farmer Might Have Fed Cheating Wife to Pigs

A farmer who murdered his cheating wife may have fed her body to pigs, it was revealed yesterday.

The corpse of estranged Tina Baker, 41, has never been found after she vanished four years ago.

But her husband Martin's first wife Gillian disclosed that he once threatened her: "Do you realise I have the power to make you disappear permanently? No-one would ever know. I'd cut you up and feed you to the pigs."

Read the rest of the story at The Daily Mirror.

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Monday, January 12, 2009

Husband Demands $1.5 Million or Kidney from Cheating Wife

Richard Batista can live with his broken heart. He just can't bear his cheating wife living with his healthy kidney.

The Long Island doctor wants the one-time love of his life to pay $1.5 million for the organ he bestowed on her eight years ago in a gift meant to save her life and their foundering marriage.

Read more at the NY Daily News.

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Thursday, January 8, 2009

Woman Who Set Husband's Genitals Afire Charged with Murder

An Australian-Indian woman who set her husband's genitals afire for alleged infidelity has been charged with murder.

Rajini Narayan, 44, allegedly doused her husband Satish with a flammable liquid while he was sleeping December 8. Satish jumped out of bed after being set ablaze and knocked over the substance, causing the fire to spread.

Rajini told an Adeliade court that she wanted to punish her husband for his alleged infidelity and did not mean to kill him.

Read the rest of the story at The Times of India.
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