Greetings. First, let me tell you that cyber sex does not specifically fall under the definition of “illicit sexual behavior” in the definitions of alimony, so I doubt that it will greatly affect your alimony issues. Not to mention that if she looked at it months ago and stayed with you, that she has condonned the activity.
Next, you may be able to go to court and file a divorce from bed and board action, and get a restraining order against her from spreading this information.
It is not slander or libel, because it is true, and therefore is not actionable.
Finally, she may have committed criminal activity by accessing your e-mail account without your permission. Best of luck with this situation.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney at Law
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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