It all started when 8 years into their relationship John Scott decided to add his girlfriend’s name to the title of the 10 acre parcel of land he had inherited. There was a condition though, his girlfriend must not cheat on him. Sounds like a simple request right? Well it didn’t take long for this to blow up in their faces. Court of Appeals of Indiana found that Tina Hemingway was unfaithful and breached the contract she had with her former boyfriend, John Scott. About two months after they signed the handwritten contract, his girlfriend, Tina Hemingway, became pregnant. She moved out in early June 2013, and that same month, Scott sent Hemingway written notice that she was in breach of the contract and must return her interest in the property to him, according to court documents. The three appellate court judges disagreed with Hemingway that the agreement was based on a sexual contract and affirmed Auxier’s ruling. Prenuptial contracts forbidding extramarital affairs are nothing new to the court system.