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Judge forces Man to Apologize To Ex-Wife on Facebook

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A Cincinnati man has a pretty unusual punishment from a judge for his Facebook rant. Mark Byron was not very happy with how his divorce proceedings were going so he took to his Facebook page to bash his soon to be ex-wife. Mark said quote that his wife Elizabeth was ‘evil and vindictive”. His wife saw the post and took him to court. Mark argued that his rant on Facebook was like complaining to a close friend, just on a bigger level.  The judge did not see it that way and ruled in Elizabeth’s  favor and Mark had two options, either apologize to his wife for 30 days on Facebook, or face 60 days in jail. Mark chose the Facebook option. Have you ever posted something on Facebook that you later regretted?

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