In Georgia, a judge has ordered a man to pay his ex $50,000 for breaking his promise to marry her.
Christopher Ned Kelley was sued by his ex girlfriend and baby mama Melissa Cooper "for breach of promise to marry." She claimed he ruined their relationship by cheating on her at least twice.
Kelley admits that he gave Cooper a $10,000 engagement ring, but claims he never popped the question.
The judge apparently disagreed with him and sided with the girlfriend, who quit her job to raise the kid.
So despite not actually being married, Kelley was crushed with a $50,000 judgment for damages and legal fees.
Is this OK or did the ruling go too far?
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