Cheaters Take to Facebook
In a number of recent studies, both in the US and in the UK, astounding numbers of divorces are now being attributed (atleast partially) to Facebook. More than a third of divorces mention Facebook in the divorce documents while over 80% of attorneys say that they have seen a rise in the number of cases using social media.
Social media is also serving as a new way to “out” a cheating spouse with Youtube videos dedicated to cheating spouses, Twitter and Facebook status updates mentioning cheating, and even Craigslist getting in on the “reveal” action.
Social media and cheating news
Creative “Outting” of a Cheating Spouse
Not only is this embarrassing, but let’s be honest, it’s viral. Not only is this all over YouTube (and the news), it will likely make the round of many a blog. . . saved for all eternity on the interweb (ha).
Craigslist Cheater Outted
Caught Cheating on Facebook
Facebook is also a great place to catch a cheater. Note to cheaters, you may want to log out of Facebook when you aren’t using it (and don’t tell your s/o your password). Just sayin’.
Poor Marshall. Log out, Buddy, LOG OUT.
Ok, so this one is just for fun. I mean, really. Who does that?
Once a Cheater on Facebook
So cheaters beware, social media is not your friend.