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Friday, October 04, 2019

Man Wins $750,000 After Suing Ex-Wife’s Lover Under ‘Homewrecker’ Law

GREENVILLE, N.C. (CBS Local) — A divorced North Carolina man has won $750,000 in a lawsuit against the man he claimed broke up his marriage.

Kevin Howard was married 12 years when his wife approached him about separating.

“It was like someone calling you and telling you that a family member had tragically died,” the Pitt County man told WITN.

Howard recently won a $750,000 judgment against his ex-wife’s lover under North Carolina’s alienation of affection law, according to court documents.

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Every state should have that law. Home wreckers have to pay!

local boy said...

Awesome

we need that law in Maryland too

I lost my ex to the same issue....

she was Banging Local Doctors to get more Prescription opiates for her alleged chronic pain

I think it was 10 or more Doctors here on the Eastern Shore...

750,000 x 10 =

OMG....MY LAWYER WILL ENJOY THIS AS WILL I...

Anonymous said...

We still have on the law books, "Alienation of Affection" which is close to the same thing for suing the Lover.

Anonymous said...

She totally deserves the fine. Home wrecker.

Anonymous said...

Bs

Anonymous said...

Every marriage should have an escrow account.

Anonymous said...

How can i convince MY wife to do this....??

Anonymous said...

I think it’s stupid. It takes two to tango. No one has a magic love potion to steal another’s affection. Someone decides to leave a relationship. Get over it and move on.

TheRealRay said...

I'd be glad to be rid of her. Don't need the money. Trust in Karma. It's the best revenge you can ever imagine...

Anonymous said...

When you break your contract there is always a penalty. Marriage should be no different.

Anonymous said...

Local boy 8:05 aka bob Lowry I call bs on that story

Anonymous said...

The thing that has ruled the world since the GARDEN OF EDEN can be very expensive.