Court Finds Fantasia’s Married Lover Was Separated at Time of Tryst.
There are some court proceedings that, like it or not, inject themselves in to popular culture.
In 1995, we had O.J., and in 2010, we have ‘Tasia Mae.
With cheating and abortions and tattoos, the hearing transcript surrounding Fantasia Barrino, Antwaun Cook and his soon-to-be ex-wife Paula, reads like an episode of “Maury.” Frankly, I’ll be glad when this whole thing is over as I know way more about Fantasia’s uterus than I ever imagined.
But moving on … score one for the homewrecker!!!
Fantasia got a little help from the judge currently presiding over her boo’s divorce trial.In a Perry Mason moment, the judge found the pair’s separation date was September 14, 2009 — not June 2010, as Paula had claimed.
Why is that important you ask?
Because there could be major ramifications in Paula Cook’s upcoming Alienation of Affection action against Fantasia.
Paula had claimed that Fantasia knew Antwaun was married and went ahead with their relationship anyway. Maybe so, but North Carolina’s Alienation of Affection law can only be filed for conduct prior to a separation, meaning that after September 14, 2009, Antwaun and Fantasia could do what the hell they wanted.
Pretty sneaky, sis.
More than likely, the ruling will probably put the kebosh on Paula’s bootleg lawsuit. I knew she should have taken that 100K and ran.