A Rogers Affair


Chris Temelkos Writes About a Rogers Lawsuit – Photo Courtesy of Dreamstime.com

Chris Temelkos - June 30, 2010

By Chris Temelkos

Just when you thought you heard it all, a woman is saying her marriage fell apart because her Rogers cellphone bill exposed her extramarital affair and guess what, she’s suing Rogers, Canada’s largest cellphone provider, because of it.

Rogers is saying that the woman, Gabriella Nagy shouldn’t blame its billing practices for the breakdown of her marriage, but Nagy is not convinced, filing documents with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, she is seeking $600,000 for alleged invasion of privacy and breach of contract, all because her bill was addressed to her husband. After her husband found out she was cheating on him by looking at the bill, he left her and the children in August 2007. Nagy went on to claim that she and her husband were harassed by her former lover after she broke things off, ruining any chance of reconciling her marriage.

If you ask me, this seems to be her way of placing the blame on someone else and getting a hefty some of the money as a bonus, probably to cover the costs of her presumably upcoming divorce. No one is to blame but her, she chose to stray from her marriage and risk being caught, blaming Rogers for what she says destroyed her life is utterly ridiculous.

Source:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/technology/woman-sues-rogers-over-cellphone-bill-says-it-ruined-her-marriage/article1572143/

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