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Family Law Keyed to Weisberg
Ammarell v. France
Citation:2018 WL 2843441 (W.D.N.C. 2018)
Plaintiff married Ryan Ammarell in Alabama on February 25, 2012. She says that the marriage was one of genuine love and affection. The couple had a child and Mr. Ammarell had a business in North Carolina, where he frequently traveled to from his home in Alabama. In December 2015, in North Carolina, Mr. Ammarell met Defendant Megan France and began to forge a second life, resulting in an affair. In May 2016, Defendant called Plaintiff and described her affair with Mr. Ammarell. Defendant also offered a total of $1 million to Mr. Ammarell to leave his wife and contemplated offering another $100K to Plaintiff to walk away from her marriage. Plaintiff’s happy marriage began to crumble as a result and Mr. Ammarell suffered a mental breakdown of sorts, fueling episodes of domestic violence, resulting in Plaintiff seeking primary custody of their child. Plaintff now seeks redress for damages she alleges Defendant caused to her marriage.
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