“Opps I did it again,” would have been appropriate headline for the recent actions of a Toronto woman who was caught with her hand in the cookie jar as her husband discovered her extramarital affair through calls listed on their Rogers cell phone bill. The woman has now turned and is suing Rogers for $600,000 for alleged invasion of privacy and breach of contract, and her husband has walked away from the marriage.
In 2007, Gabriella Nagy’s Rogers cellphone monthly cell bill was sent to their home under her maiden name. Her husband was the account holder for the family’s cable TV service at the same address. Around June 4, 2007, he called Rogers to add internet and home phone. In July 2007 Rogers sent what they call a “global” invoice to the Nagy home for all of the services, internet, home phone and cell phone and he soon discovered due to an itemized bill
The following month, Rogers mailed a “global” invoice for all of its services to the matrimonial home that included an itemized bill for Nagy’s cellular service, according to the statement of claim filed in Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
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