Pittsburgh Attorney Sues Web Site Where Postings Accuse Men Of Infidelity

An attorney in Pittsburgh is suing the creator of a Web site billed as a "cost-effective weapon in the war on cheating men."

Todd Hollis claims the postings on don't-date-him-girl-dot-com defamed him because they called him unfaithful, among other things.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quotes the 33-year-old Web site creator as saying any man can post a rebuttal. And Tasha Joseph's lawyer says the site is no different from a coffee shop where women dish dirt about bad boyfriends.

But Hollis contends two Pittsburgh-area women and other anonymous users posted items about him that hurt his rep. His suit claims the Web page creator "conspired with disingenuous people whose only agenda is to attack" someone's character.

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