What Would You Do If You Caught Him Cheating?
One of my favorite reality TV shows is Cheaters. If you suspect infidelty in your relationship, Cheaters may be able to help. If you’d like to expose a cheater in your life, Liarscheatersrus.com may give you relief also. How about this? Former Connecticut prosecutor Matt Couloute Jr. has filed suit against an ex-girlfriend who listed him on Liarscheatersrus.com, a website that warns women about men who lie and cheat in their personal relationships. If you Google Couloute, the listing is the first thing that pops up!
He says it’s ruined his life, claiming he’s lost clients and that it even interfered with him buying a home. He told reporters, “It’s unfortunate. Anyone can go online and do that to somebody. Anyone can slander someone anonymously and just get away with it.” The accuser in this case isn’t anonymous, however. Amanda Ryncarz, who had a more than two-year-long relationship with Couloute, wrote in a statement, “I posted on liarscheatersrus.com because I wanted to warn other women in order to protect them from what I suffered.” The posting has a detailed description of what she says were Couloute’s broken promises and a pattern of deceit. She continues in her statement, “Over and over, Matthew led me to believe that we were going to get married. I was shocked when he called me . . . to tell me our relationship was not working, and I was even more shocked to learn 12 days later, he married another woman.” Couloute is suing Ryncarz for “tortious interference with prospective business relations,” saying people, quote, “don’t have the right to defame people on the Internet.” But celebrity attorney Gloria Allred, who’s representing Ryncarz, presents it as a free speech case, warning about restrictions on Internet freedom if Couloute’s suit were to be successful. She said, “Women must have a voice and be able to speak to each other on matters of common interest without fear of being dragged into court.” Okay, who do you side with? Couloute or Ryncarz?