Green Berets assigned to 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) conduct urban movement training on July 18, 2019, at Fort Bragg N.C. (U.S. Army/Spc. Peter Seidler)

A Fayetteville bartender won a $3.2 million verdict Monday evening against her ex-husband and his new significant other in what appears to be North Carolina's first revenge porn lawsuit to reach a jury verdict.

Elizabeth Ann Clark a year ago leveled accusations of alienation-of-affection, libel and revenge porn in the case against ex-husband Maj. Adam Matthew Clark and his partner, Lt. Col. Kimberly Rae Barrett, in Cumberland County Superior Court.

"Alienation-of-affection" is the legal term for instances in which someone outside a marital relationship breaks up the marriage.

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A dispatcher works on various computer systems at the Directorate of Emergency Services (DES) dispatch office Aug. 8, 2018, Fort McCoy, Wisconsin. Dispatchers provide a crucial link between Fort McCoy personnel and first responders (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Thomas Moore)

A man accused in a revenge porn lawsuit in Fayetteville of spreading nude photos of his ex-wife online has been charged criminally in connection with the case, the ex-wife's lawyer said on Friday.

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U.S. Army/ Spc. Hubert D. Delany III

The ex-wife of a Special Forces major has filed a lawsuit that accuses him and his lover of posting embarrassing “revenge porn” photos of her online because he didn't like paying child support.

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U.S. Army/Master Sgt. Chris Spence

Faith helped unite and drive the men of one of the Army Special Forces teams that launched the invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, retired soldier Will Summers told about 1,200 people Saturday night at one of Manna Church’s Easter services.

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