My coworker is going through a divorce. It's been a year since she found out that her husband is a cheating fucker. He's been basically maintaining two relationships/households for at least 5 years. Funny thing is his "lover" looks very similar to his wife (my coworker and friend) but the wife is quite a bit prettier especially since she's lost a lot of weight (done pre-knowledge of the cheating).
Anyway, he's been trying to butter her up the past few days or so. He texted her that he's put some extra money in her bank account (they have an agreement until the divorce is agreed upon and finalized) and he prepaid her oil change last Thursday.
She knew something is up but didn't quite know what.
This morning she found out.
Apparently, the house he and the filthy whore (my coworker's term not mine) have been renting is foreclosing. The owners have been taking the rent checks but not depositing them and paying the mortgage.
Her husband wants to buy this house (it will probably be a good deal in this economy) but he needs his wife to sign a few dotted lines first. I'm sure it is so she approves and won't come after it as an asset of the still legal but otherwise destroyed marriage. He pleaded that he was only buying it for him (of course the whore benefits) and only his name would be on it. He continues to text that he has been good to her, giving her extra money and seeing to it that her needs are met (monetarily only of course for the house, car, etc.). He begs her to do this one thing for him and he needs it signed by end of day today.
She forwards to her lawyer and says jokingly she'll do it if he agrees to pay her $3,000 a month for 10 years. Her lawyer replies, "That's what I call hard bargaining." He also tells her he'll contact his lawyer to send over the paperwork to take a look at it.
She gets a text from her husband (soon to be ex) saying never mind because he'll just move and get a new lease somewhere. Which is obviously something he didn't want to do originally, and as the coworker put it, "I bet the filthy whore wanted the house and didn't want to move!"
To add to it, the youngest daughter says, "Mom, you're just being vindictive. You should just do it." If she were mine, she would be picking herself off the floor.
Does her mother not have the right to be vindictive? He's been cheating on her for at least 4-5 years. I would have told him to fork over $5,000 up front along with the $3,000/mo. Whether if I was a male or female and my spouse cheated on me, I'd be getting some sort of vindication!
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