An incredible story of psychopathic entitlement

Back in 1995, Beatty Chadwick, in the midst of a divorce, was accused of hiding $2.5 million from his wife. The judge found him guilty of contempt of court, and ordered him to jail.

Refusing to pay his wife anything, he sat in jail for 14 years. Chadwick was finally released in 2009, and until earlier today, was looking for a new woman on Match.com.

Read Monica Yant Kinney: Beatty Chadwick, trolling Match.com, still defying truth, on Philly.com.

Link supplied by a Lovefraud reader—who also tipped off the press.

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  1. Ox Drover says:

    EB, yea, you are right, not likely, but the ones who screwed my husband and got his company in the 1970s were “stable” enough to sue and sue and sue….one eventually went to prison for 4 years on ANOTHER FRAUD like the one they pulled on Hubby, but they tied things up for decades!

    It is almost like the courts conspire to help them!

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  2. ErinBrock says:

    Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for ’tis better to be alone than in bad company.- George Washington

    Something I am taking forward!!!

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  3. Ox Drover says:

    EB, AMEN to you and George both!!!!

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