CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A Charlotte man is suing his ex-wife's lover as well as a website which he says led to the breakup of his marriage.
The Charlotte Observer reports that Robert Schindler is suing the woman's alleged partner in the affair, along with Ashley Madison and its Canadian corporate parent.
Ashley Madison uses the slogan, "Life is short. Have an affair."
Schindler's 2012 complaint returned to Mecklenburg County Superior Court last week for a preliminary hearing. He accuses the company and the other man with working together to seduce Schindler's wife, ruining his 13-year marriage. According to the lawsuit, Schindler's wife began her affair in 2007 after meeting the man on AshleyMadison.com.
Schindler is seeking damages of more than $10,000 for alienation of affections and extramarital sex.