• United States
16 Apr 08
I heard about that and I think she is going to regret it in the end. The divorce judge will hold that against her for sure, and they can sue her for defamation of character. Really she was dumb to do it. It probably made her feel better now, but when it comes down to it she is the one that will probably have to pay. And then she will have to decide if it was worth it.
16 Apr 08
How tragic to let things go so out of hand. The woman may be the wronged party but its not an excuse to be so malicious. I had been wronged too but I would not do that and open our lives to more ridicule or cause another person to loose face no matter how I may think that person deserves it. In the end, I would still not feel better about myself and it would never solve our problems nor improve the situation. I would vindicate myself some other way. What the woman did is so below the belt that she may end up dirtier than the man. The man may have wronged her but was there malice in the mans actions? Malice for me is more than criminal because it goes deeper than the bones. It makes the soul rotten through and through.