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cheating Canadian wife is suing Rogers Wireless after her husband discovered the extramarital affair through her itemized mobile phone bill and left her, local media said Tuesday.
Gabriella Nagy, 35, is seeking 600,000 Canadian dollars (580,000 US) from Rogers Wireless for invasion of privacy and breach of contract, Canwest News Service reported.
Interesting..what do you guys think about it?
i heard about this and I recall a similar experience.
I was having phone sex with another woman using a Bell phone and my privacy was invaded as well.
The judge said that it was my fault since I picked a telephone booth that was located in a high traffic area
It depends on what kind of contract she had. If it didn't contemplate an itemized bill, and she got it by mistake, she might win the case.
crazy, if she is married she has a moral obligation to her husband, they can share bed but they cant share and and be able to see that billing and the log in the billing? crazy woman,
damn Rogers! I hate them. She's got balls. Like damn them, she could still be fooling around Well Trust me Ted [Rogers] can afford it
I don't think the wireless carrier is liable for her infidelities.
I'm assuming the account was in either his name or their joint names. Whoever the bill was addressed to has a right to see what they're spending their paying for. If it was in her name only, then he's at fault for opening it, not the company.
Sounds to me like she's somewhat stupid and shameless.
Funny. A woman cheats, gets caught, yet the cell phone company gets sued for keeping records! Just another one of those silly law suits from someone who takes zero responsibility for their own actions.
If the husband and wife shared a plan, there is no reason why he shouldn't have access.
I've shocked before but it seems like she can't win this one if all she was receiving were bills for her use.
This does bring up the point however is just how close are we today living in the shadow of Big Brother?
she want $600,000 for being caught !@$!% around
The judge will laugh her out of court (and then sleep with her in his office)
The thing about it is she won't have a leg to stand on because a lot of wireless carries send out itemized bills of who you call and who you don't and such and these carriers state it in their contracts
If it's company policy to itemize bills and her and her husband don't share a plan then either it's her fault for leaving the bill around where her husband could see it, or the husband shouldnt have been opening her mail. I don't see how it would ever be the company's fault. It's not like they singled her out for itemized billing because they knew she was cheating and wanted her to get caught ... ?????
I guess it is a good thing that this is taking place in Canada and not in America.
There would be a whole new range of issues.
I love it, cheat on your husband and then sue the phone company. It would be funny, if it wasn't so completely representative of the direction our world is headed. Take no personal responsibility for your actions and then blame somebody else when the consequences catch up with you.
At least he found out she was a cheater, that is all that matters
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