Captain Save ‘Em: Why Men Cheat With Strippers
There is a community of women, young and old, new mothers and empty nesters, wives and girlfriends who have arrived at the same breaking point in their relationships: Their men are paying to see other women get naked.
In Chicago, attorney Dominique A. Buttitta made headlines when she sued her fiancé Vita V. Salerno for $100,000 because he engaged in “flirtatious and amorous acts in public,” which included lap dances and other contact with strippers. Even worse, Salerno got cold feet and ended their relationship, Buttitta sued for the money she spent. Salerno countersued for the three-carat, $45,000 engagement ring that Buttitta kept.
Buttitta wasn’t the only jilted bride who sued; Lauren Serafin, yet another Chi-town attorney, also sued her ex-fiance because he had sex at his Vegas bachelor party.
“Women of Chicago, here’s some friendly advice: don’t let your men have raunchy bachelor parties,” advises law blogger David Lat.
Why, then, do some men cheat with strippers? Perhaps you must decide why the man visits the strip club.