Facebook has changed the way the Western world communicates plays and apparently cheats on their spouse. According to a new survey by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, one in five divorces involve Facebook. Old flames are torching a great many of these marriages, as spouses track down old loves and rekindle relationships they really shouldnâ€™t have. The most common reason for a marital meltdown: spouses getting sexually chatty with the folks on their friends list.
From that revealing photograph someone tagged Â to suggestive flirting being posted on a spouses wall, more and more evidence of cheating is coming from Facebook. 80% of lawyers are reporting a big upswing in the amount of adultery evidence coming in from social media these days. Facebook came in first with 66%, MySpace at 15% and Tweeting your way through an affair at 5%.