I've been very upset with the woman my husband was unfaithful with for a while now. I am over the infidelity because life happens and its what happens after a mistake that I respect. The woman my husband saw for 5 weeks, after my husband told her the affair was over, contacted us and stated she was pregnant. She's had a hysterectomy (i found out from her husband) so this was a lie. It was during a very emotional time in my life and our marriage. She stated she was pregnant several times through email begging my husband to meet her until O got involved and said I'd drive over with a pregnancy test for her to urinate on.
Then after being caught, she denied it every time I asked her but it caused me severe emotional pain and suffering since for the first week of this I believed her and was devastated.
now she just goes around fine and dandy while every single day her actions still hurt me...
Sure, blame the other woman. When I saw your husband for emotional pain and suffering? There’s no claim here
No claim against the mistress. As indicated in your previous post on the same subject.
The notion for the last couple centuries has been to blame the other woman rather than the husband. Almost all states have dropped their statutes that would have allowed you to sue the other woman. There used to be a law that would have given you a grounds for suit called “alienation of affection”… I think they’re only four states that still have it, in Virginia is not one of them. No case.
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