Marriage annulled after affair considered

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ROME, Nov. 9 (UPI) -- The top appeals court in Italy annulled the marriage of a woman who "theorized" about having an affair but never actually cheated.

The Cassation Court ruled to uphold a lower court's ruling in favor of the annulment, which leaves the woman without any financial support from her former husband, "even though there was no evidence of the woman frequenting other men," ANSA reported Tuesday.


The woman had filed the appeal against the annulment to seek a divorce involving alimony payments.

Court sources told ANSA the couple told judges she had "theorized" about marriage without sexual fidelity, but "never put the idea into practice."

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