Under Texas law a marriage
is voidable and subject to annulment on the basis of fraud. However, there is no case law that would support chastity as grounds for annulment. The case law goes back to the early 1900's and states that misrepresentation of virginity is not sufficient grounds for annulment under normal circumstances. However, the courts are likely to find it fraud and allow an annulment if you can prove that virginity was a religious requirement for the marriage, absent that it is unlikely and there are no annulment cases that use untruthfulness about virginity to void a marriage instead of just a regular divorce
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