CLEVELAND — She knew her husband took a lot of business trips. today she knows why.
“Megan” said she didn’t suspect her husband of another marriage until the evidence was on her computer screen.
Her relatives pointed her to the additional woman’s Facebook page where Megan discovered multiple photos of her husband in addition to also also the woman together.
A few weeks later, dozens of wedding photos also showed up on Facebook showing Megan’s husband in addition to also also his brand-new bride.
“in which’s rubbing in which salt into the wound of already finding out in which my husband’s having an affair,” Megan said. “The pictures are out there for the earth to see. in which’s not just in which I hold the knowledge, nevertheless I see the proof in addition to also also everyone I know sees the proof in addition to also also people I don’t know see the proof.”
Megan’s wedding took place in Italy in 2005, in addition to also also by 2008, the couple had two children in addition to also also a home in a Cleveland suburb. As a businessman with his own plane, Megan’s husband traveled a lot around the country in addition to also also across the earth.
Megan said she first became suspicious when her husband claimed to have been in China in addition to also also even brought back gifts for the kids yet his passport had been at home the entire time.
To eventually learn on Facebook in which her husband not only had another lover nevertheless today a second wife was devastating, Megan said.
“If they’re going to hold the affair, they’re going to hold the affair,” she said. “nevertheless in which’s extra. in which adds impact to the hurt, when they’re posting the things they post about the affair. Pictures of the vacations they’re taking with the additional, the lover, the extra person. (Facebook posts) just cause a whole brand-new hurt.”
Divorce attorneys are finding a staggering increase in evidence gathered through social media, according to CNN.
Andrew Zashin, a family law expert via Cleveland, said the artificial “celebrity” status in which Facebook creates often clouds people’s judgment of how those posts in addition to also also others will come back to hurt them in court.
“If someone’s having an illicit relationship, they don’t know what the additional side of in which relationship is usually broadcasting to the earth on Facebook,” Zashin said. “Often times we’ll see a man or woman denying an affair or a relationship. All of sudden, things start to unravel, not because they did something nevertheless because the additional part of in which illicit relationship did something (using social media).”
Body of Evidence
An attorney for Megan’s husband told WTSP in Tampa, Florida in which he doesn’t believe he needs a divorce because he learned after the fact in which the marriage paperwork was never filed correctly in Italy in addition to also also therefor they were never married.
Megan claims everything with the marriage was done “by the book” in addition to also also in which a prenuptial agreement was signed. She plans to use pictures, posts, in addition to also also additional information via Facebook in her eventual divorce hearing.