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 December 3, 2011  Posted by  Court

Glynis Farrell reports:

A man claims a loan company destroyed his marriage through “sexual-scandal blackmail,” by leaving a phone message – which his wife heard – that another woman had been making his car payments. When he protested, he says, the lender’s agent told him, “Now we know a pressure point to use on you.”

Larnell Pillow sued Prestige Financial Corp. and its agent Michael Carlson in Cook County Court.

Read more on Courthouse News. I don’t know quite what to make of the complaint because it does not seem to mention any specific law that the defendants presumably violated. I’m no lawyer, but don’t you have to say what law a defendant has presumably broken?

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