Facebook is well-known as a service that exposes a lot of your private information. Just ask Richard Barton Jr. of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
It seems that Barton recently got married and, like many newlyweds, he posted pictures of the wedding on Facebook. However, he seems to have forgotten that his first wife, the one he had not yet divorced, could see the pictures along with everyone else.
Adina Quarto married Barton in 2004 but the couple soon split up. Barton "defriended" Quarto on Facebook earlier this year. Unfortunately, defriending does not block access to every photo, particularly if one is not careful with their privacy settings. Furious with the bigamy, Quarto contacted police desperately trying to figure out what to do about her errant husband. Police stepped in and arrested Barton who was later released on bail.
If found guilty of polygamy, Richard Barton Jr. faces up to 4 years in prison and a fine of up to $5,000.