Gabriella Nagy, a married woman with two children, ages 6 and 7, was cheating on her husband with another man. So that she and the male bimbo could talk for hours behind her husband’s and children’s backs, she got a cell phone under her maiden name. The monthly bills came to her marital home.
Her husband decided to use the same Internet company and home phone service. The company attempted to save the family some money by consolidating the bills and mailing a “global” invoice to the Nagy home that included an itemized bill for Gabriella’s cell phone service. Her husband discovered several hour-long phone calls to a single phone number, called it, and the guy on the other end confirmed the affair.
The husband, without a discussion, left her.
This cheating woman had the ultimate nerve to sue the company that sent the consolidated bill and exposed her extramarital affair. She says she was so distraught that she lost her $100,000 per year job and cried uncontrollably.
Listen to what this twerp had to say: “It was a mistake. But I didn’t deserve to lose my life over it!”
WHAAAT?? What have her children and husband “lost” over this? “This” is a massive, insensitive, thoughtless, self-centered betrayal! The deepest part of Hell, according to Dante’s Inferno is reserved for those who betray the ones they’re supposed to love and honor. That is because the very fabric of humanity is dependent upon trust. What does she think she deserves for taking her time, affection, attention, and family income and splurging it on a honey instead of her husband and children? What did she expect her husband would do when he found out his wife was naked with a man other than the one who committed his life to her and fathered her children? What did she expect would happen when everyone found out that she made the company unknowingly collude with her and then complain that their money-saving action opened the curtain on her bad behavior?
She doesn’t think she deserved to lose her lifestyle over this. Is she kidding? Talk about being narcissistic.
She’s suing the company for under a million dollars to teach them a lesson?