Within an hour of signing up as a new female member, without a profile picture or any identifying details except a user name, age and location, I was contacted by 16 men, 13 of them married.‘I had my suspicions he was cheating and thought I’d set up my own account on a few of these sites so I could have a look,’ she admits. Hacking into a database and threatening to reveal their personal details shouldn’t be condoned.’She is working on a case in which a husband signed up to an extra-marital affairs site in order to catch out his unfaithful wife.
‘It’s been incredibly hurtful — images found on the family i Pad, children involved, decades of marriage.
Words by Jadie Troy-Pryde Over the last few years, there has been a rise in the names we give to shitty behaviour within a relationship. They’ve been happening for a while, but considering that we’re just about getting around to giving these dodgy love dealings a name makes it easier to explain to your snacks-laden friends on a Saturday night exactly what went wrong.
One of those hurt wives is Sarah Gould, 34, from Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, who until January 2013 was happily married — or so she thought — to Rich, 36, a computer engineer.They’re so vile and dishonest, making it all sound like a bit of fun.