More Discussions for this daf
1. Kesuvas Anusah 2. Sfek Sfeika she'Einah Mis'hapech 3. "Rov" being applied to time
4. Aimas ha'Melech 5. Safek Safek l'Chatzi Mamon 6. Conditional Gittin
7. Sotah 8. Why was David permitted 9. אשה נאמנת לטעון שפתחה פתוח באופן המותר
10. קינוי וסתירה 11. פתח פתוח וטענת דמים

shlomo asks:

If eishes ish is mezaneh, with no kinui , no stira & no witnesses, but she is modeh, e.g. To a (1) therapist or (2).to a friend or (3).to 2 eydim, or if she is caught on video etc, In which of the above scenarios is she forbidden or permitted to her husband? Please state sources. Thx

shlomo, bkln usa

The Kollel replies:

The Mishnah Nedarim (90b) says that even though originally a woman was believed to say that she was Mezanah and is therefore forbidden to her husband, afterwards Chazal said that a woman is not believed because we suspect that she may be saying this in order to force her husband to give her a Get. This would be the ruling in cases 1,2 and 3. See EH 115:6.

If the husband is aware of clear evidence that she was Mezanh (in a situation where there is no question of fabrication), he would be dutybound to divorce her.

Dov Freedman