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Appellant said that appellee would spend every weekend at their property in Chidester.In July 2001, appellant began going to the casinos in Shreveport.Appellant also said that she never used household money or money from appellee's veterinary clinic to gamble. However, she admitted charging ,000 on one of their joint credit cards to pay off her Discover Card debt. She also contends that, in light of appellee's admitted adultery, the doctrine of recrimination barred appellee from obtaining a decree of divorce.The parties were married on December 23, 1993, and there were no children born of the marriage.Appellee also testified that he did not have a problem with appellant gambling every now and then but when she started going to the casinos every weekend, he thought there was a problem. Appellee said that he learned the full magnitude of appellant's gambling when they had their 2001 taxes prepared.
Appellant testified that she did not go to the casinos on a regular basis. In Milne, we defined adultery as including sexual intercourse by a married person with a person who is not his or her spouse, regardless of whether the person accused is living with his spouse.
Appellant said that she gave the pictures to appellee.