Kebede v. Hilton, No. 08-3326
In a civil case alleging alienation of affection, district court did not abuse its discretion in excluding evidence that the defendant had affairs with other men, where there was no evidence she had alienated the other men's affections or was aware that their affections had been alienated, as this is an intentional tort and such evidence would only have shown defendant's propensity for affairs in violation of Rule 404(a).
Read Kebede v. Hilton, No. 08-3326
Submitted: June 10, 2009
Filed: September 4, 2009
Opinion by Smith, Circuit Judge
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