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Man Says Computer Dating Service Wrecked His Marriage

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Depressed Man Says Computer Dating Service Wrecked His Marriage
SALEM, MASS. (CN) – In cyberspace, no one can hear you when you scream, but they’ll pay attention when you sue. A man has sued Together of New Hampshire, a computer dating service, claiming its employee – his wife’s sister – used the service to introduce her to another man, whose involvement with his wife led to the breakdown of their marriage.
Plaintiff William Mignault was separated from his wife when the sister allegedly intruded on their marriage by arranging the date. His wife now lives with the other guy, and Mignault says he has become so depressed that he lost his job and must take prescription medication, he claims in Middlesex County Court.
The defendant sister-in-law allegedly wreaked her damage while working for a predecessor of the corporate defendant, known then as The Right One.
Mignault seeks damages for interference with contract and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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