Chicago — Stealing someone's heart can cost you: Just ask German Blinov.
A Cook County jury ordered Blinov to shell out $4,802 last week after he was sued by a husband from a Chicago suburb for stealing the affections of the man's wife.
Arthur Friedman used a little-known state law to mount the legal attack against Blinov. The alienation of affection law, one of eight across the country, lets spouses seek damages for the loss of love.
But Natalie Friedman, the woman at the center of it all, claims her husband asked her to have sex with other men and women - including Blinov - to spice up their relationship.