Google "Matthew Couloute." You might find the results humorous, unless, of course, you are Matthew Coulout.
Couloute, a high-power Connecticut attorney, is fighting the spirits of search engine optimization after discovering that the number one Google entry for his name is an ex-girlfriend's warning for other potential suitors.
"It's unfortunate," Couloute told Fox News outside the Federal Courthouse in Manhattan. "Anyone can go online and do that to somebody."
As a result, Couloute says he is suing his former fling, Amanda Ryncarz, for “tortuous interference with prospective business relations," according to the network.
The website -- liarscheatersrus.com -- appeared to be down as of Thursday afternoon, but at one time visitors could learn information, for example, what this anonymous poster had to say about Coloute, according to the New York Post: "Our relationship didn’t last long, as I figured him out pretty quickly, but for others, BE FOREWARNED, HE'S SCUM. RUN FAR AWAY."
Ryncarz isn't the only woman who Couloute left unhappy. Another outspoken failed romance in Couloute's history is former roller derby star Stacey Blitsch, TMZ reported in August of 2011.
Couloute's own website, which is partially under construction, appears toward the bottom of the first page of Google search results for his name.