Patrick Fox was married to Desiree Capuano for less than a year. They have a son together, and a few years ago the custody battle began.

Fox created a website in 2014. The goal, in his words, was "to destroy Desiree’s life." He updates it regularly.


"To inform as many people as possible on the type of person she is and the things she has done" Fox said.

The website contains all of Capuano’s personal details, as well as photos. But Fox goes as far as calling Capuano a drug addict, a child abuser and a white supremacist.

"I felt violated and humiliated and really angry" Capuano said.

She was shocked that her private life was out for the world to judge and twist and distort. She called the police, Homeland Security and the FBI.

"[they said] that I had no reason to fear for my life" Capuano said.

They told her there was nothing she could do. That's what a Valley attorney told us, as well.

“What he is doing is protected by the First Amendment, freedom of speech," attorney Douglas Gardner explained.

He went on to say that if Fox had defamed her or was harassing her, she'd have a case. Without one of those elements, getting the site taken offline would require a very long and costly legal battle.

“She is going to have to prove she is not a stripper or drug user like he alleged, and sometimes it's kind of hard to prove the negative," Gardner said.Copyright 2016 KPHO/KTVK (KPHO Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.

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