Divorces are messy things.
The kids, the finances, the house, sometimes even the dog.
But who the hail cares about that stuff -- to me the most important issue is who gets custody of the x-rated pictures:
When a marriage goes bad, who gets the X-rated photos of the wife? In the case of Valeria Gentile and Erwin Cajamarca, the wife says she does.Hmm, Longwood.
She sued her soon-to-be-ex-husband last week in state circuit court in Sanford, accusing him of putting the photos on a Spanish-language porn site, distributing them via the Internet and, at times, using them during on-line sex chats.
The whole thing is humiliating, cruel and an invasion of her privacy, her suit alleges. Thousands of people have now seen her in a variety of sexual poses. She's demanding an unspecified amount of money.
Cajamarca, 39, an investment consultant, would not discuss the dispute, except to say that his estranged wife knew he was publishing some of the photos.
He took them with her consent before their marriage went sour, according to the suit.
So whose property are they?
They belong to both husband and wife, said Mitchel B. Krause, a Longwood divorce attorney.
This dispute, he said, it not uncommon among divorcing couples. Sometimes, ownership of these kinds of photos is one of the most contentious issues facing a divorcing couple, he said.
Usually, the spouse who'll be most embarrassed by them agrees to surrender other property to get them, he said.
"The husband will get the picture of the dog, the cat and the house and wedding photos, and the wife will get the other photos," he said.
You know, I know a very good attorney in Leesburg who might be just the guy to handle this case -- you should look him up.
Well, I don't know about you but I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired, so I am out of here for some early windsurfing.
Conditions appear to be very favorable.
On my plate for this weekend is going back to school, moving energy from my second chakra, and, as always, trying to keep kosher.
Have a great weekend everybody!