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And that's why many legal experts are paying close attention to the Tiger Woods saga. Were any of his "transgressions" with someone who is married?If so, the jilted hubby might be able to go after the world's richest golfer.

Charges against a woman, Yuanfen Liu, are pending with Lake Elmo City Attorney Dave Snyder’s office.Women told me stories of being hit on at work by “FDBs” (finance douche bags) who hadn’t even bothered to take off their wedding rings, or sitting through Monday-morning meetings that started with stories about who had banged whom (or what) that weekend.In their decade or so of working, they had been routinely hazed by male colleagues showing them ever more baroque porn downloaded on cellphones. In fact, I found barely anyone who even noticed the vulgarity anymore, until I came across a new student. She and I stood by the bar at one point and watched a woman put her hand on a guy’s inner thigh, shortly before they disappeared together.Juries in North Carolina have handed out awards in excess of $1 million on multiple occasions."If your spouse is going to cheat, you really would like them to cheat with somebody who has a lot of money," says Lee Rosen, a North Carolina divorce attorney who deals with alienation of affection cases on a daily basis.The suits are allowed in seven states: Hawaii, Illinois, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota and Utah.

The law allowing such legal action dates back to antiquated times when a wife was considered the property of a husband.

Liu is expected to face one count of prostitution in a public place, a gross misdemeanor, Snyder said.

Seven arrests took place after a sting on Thursday, Sept.

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The hookup culture that has largely replaced dating on college campuses has been viewed, in many quarters, as socially corrosive and ultimately toxic to women, who seemingly have little choice but to participate.