I sent the below email message to workplace of the woman my husband cheated with. Everything word is true...is this illegal? I received a letter from her attorney with a threat to file a suit if I continued to send another "byte" of information. Of course I will not, but still curious if may action was illegal. Please advise. I apologize for this intrusion; however, I found your name associated with TMC on LinkedIn.The purpose of this email is to inform you; Gloria Rager had a sexual affair with my husband of 29 years. She knew he was married, yet she continued willful and malicious interference with my marriage. Gloria’s text's & email's state: · “I am not the married one” · “I see how he has treated you many times when I have seen the two of you out” · “I did nothing wrong”· "Maybe he wanted a grown woman” Because Gloria is not ashamed, my assumption is she does not mind EVERYONE knowing. I’m sure Gloria will respond by saying thes
Thank you for the post, I am happy to assist you by answering your questions. Yes, it is illegal and you can be sued for tortious interference with employment. IF the woman were to lose her job or be negatively impacted at all, she could sue you for any and all lost wages. The botXXXXX XXXXXne is that the employer had nothing to do with her personal affair, but you brought the employer into it by sending the email. In truth, the attorney did not have to contact you at all and could have proceeded with the suit against you. You really should take the warning to heart and not send anymore such messages. Please let me know if you need additional guidance.
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