MySpace is fraught with users sending friend requests to people they don't even know.
Yes, it is correct here. If something is fraught with x, it is full of x. This x is usually a bad thing, and there is a lot of it. Here are a few xamples:
- The journey was fraught with peril.
- You failed the test because your answers were fraught with grammar mistakes.
According to the dictionary I just looked up the word fraught. It is actually an adjective. Which is odd because I’ve never seen adjectives applied this way but have definitely heard the phrase fraught with peril many times. It would be like saying it was blue with car.. wouldn’t you just say it was a blue car? I guess in olde English you could say an attribute was with something similar to the answer here saying the thing was full of the attribute. So the journey was full of an anxiety laden misfortune. Frought with misfortune.