Toronto woman sues Rogers after her affair is exposed - thestar.com I was just reading the story above. In a nutshell...a woman has an affair behind her husband's back. He sees her mobile bill and notices one number being called repeatedly. He calls it. The affair is revealed. He leaves her. She is suing the mobile phone company for $600,000 for "revealing the affair" - her claim is that the mobile was registered in her maiden name, and so the phone company should never have provided an itemised bill at their address. What do you think? Is that right?