Warning: You could be sued. If you were afraid of "tiger dramas" and getting beaten up by your wife, watch out for your pockets too because they'll be all out to get you.
You, the paramour, can get hit with a lawsuit that could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
They’re known as "alienation of affection" suits, when an "outsider" interferes in a marriage. 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. A broken-hearted hubby could go after his wife’s lover — not with a gun, but with the law.
So just before you rejoice at Tiger's conquests at managing to shuffle 10 women around in his life for years, spare the thought and think about it hard -and not even in the way you'd like to be. On the bright side, if your woman cheats on you, you can sue her too!
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