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Uh-oh, it looks like married women are no longer turning a blind eye on this recent mistress/ sidechick uprising that’s been popping off on a la ESPN’s Steve Phillips, Tiger Woods & most recently, Jesse James.It seems a humiliated 60 year-old North Carolina woman sued her ex-husband’s mistress for 9 MILLION dollars for willfully wrecking thee 33-year long marriage. Oh and guess what? She won.

Puh-lease don’t ask me how I missed this in yesterday’s NY Post… But thank God for Young, Black & Fabulous, huh?

So now forreal, forreal, what do you think? Should a wife/husband be able to sue the home wrecker that ends a marriage? Theoretically, she/he is NOT the person who signed the legally binding marital contract. Or more importantly, the individual who promised in front of God, family and friends to be faithful to the union? Hmm…

Whether we like it or not, ‘ish happens. To play devil’s advocate, there are many times when the other person isn’t even aware of the marriage. And in those SPECIFIC cases, I’d prob say get you a top of the line divorce lawyer and call it a day.


If it can be proven that some no-home-training- having individual was deliberate and malicious in their intent- have at it. Leave no stone unturned when searching for ways to make that person’s life a living nightmare.

It is what it is.
Comments ( 2 )
  • Anonymous says:

    I think if you can prove that the filthy whore knew he was a married man and entered a sexual relationship with him knowingly putting his wife's health and family at risk then she deserves to be sued. I personally have never dated a married man and demand to see "separation papers" with my own eyes. (because men DO lie) but as women we have to be smarter and more responsible with

  • joan says:

    This is from the Greensboro News''The husband of Cynthia Shakelford claimed that Ms Lundquist did not ruin their married life instead they had a troubled married life before he met Ms Lundquist. He also said that they had gone through three rounds of failed counseling. According to a post on the Greensboro News-Record’s website on which he wrote that their marriage had not broken due to

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