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07/15/2005

Wife sues gay for destroying her marriage specifically

by Jeremy Hooper

   A North Carolina woman is suing her husband's queer lover for "willfully and intentionally" wooing away her now-separated spouse's affections. The scorned wife, Pamela Putjenter, is seeking $10,000 from Durham's Stephen Barefoot, taking advantage of North Carolina's status as one of only seven states in which such "alienation of affection" cases are allowed.

No word yet on whether Ms. Prujenter is engaging in this frivolity for the money, the cash, the bread, the dough, the greenbacks, the dinero, the cheese, the coinage, the banknotes, the means, the bills, the currency, the bucks, the loot, the shekels, or the moola, though we'll be sure to keep you posted.

Wife sues Durham man for loss of husband's love [AP via NewsObserver.com]

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