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You cannot sue the woman for interfering in your marriage, as such suits have never been recognized in Louisiana. Most other states have abolished such lawsuits if they ever did recognize them. You can ask the woman to stop calling or change your phone number, but it is ultimately up to your husband to discontinue contact with her. If the woman threatens you physically, you may be able to have her arrested and/or get a restraining order against her.
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