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Unfortunately, generally intentional infliction of emotional distress claim is not applicable under the circumstances of a cheating spouse, unless the person with whom the spouse is cheating, in fact does something physical and of extreme nature to the spouse of the cheating spouse, such as tries to run the spouse over with a car, kills or seriously hurts a family pet or a minor child in front of the spouse, etc...(the physical act not only has to be unlawful but also very extreme in order to pursue claim for IIED).
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