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Sometimes you just can’t trust the word of a psychic.

One California man found out the hard way after a psychic reportedly told him she could remove a curse placed on his marriage by a witch via his ex-girlfriend.

However, the man claims the curse wasn’t lifted and is suing the psychic for fraud and $25,000 in damages.

According to BBC News, Mauro Restrepo paid $5,100 psychic Sophia Adams after she reportedly promised she could save his marriage by exorcising the spell placed on him by a witch hired by an ex-girlfriend.

Lawsuit documents stated Adams allegedly told Restrepo that he and his family would be unhappy and “in danger” if the spell wasn’t removed.

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