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How To Trap Your Cheating Spouse Using Facebook

Facebook is now a factor in a very large number of divorces:

If you want to stay married, be careful with Facebook – Facebook is behind one-fifth of divorces now

In most cases, Facebook (along with email archives, text message streams and cell phone logs) provides evidence after-the-fact that inappropriate behavior was occurring.

But what if you turn it around and use Facebook to trap your spouse? That’s what happened in this case:

My cheating husband tried to seduce a blonde on Facebook – what he didn’t know was it was me…

Suspicious that her husband of seven years was cheating on her, or at least capable of infidelity, she posed as a much younger – and less eloquent – woman on Facebook called Laura Willsham.

Then she asked Simon if he wanted to be her ‘friend’. What happened next destroyed their marriage.

The how-to is pretty simple:

Step 1) Create an fake persona on Facebook that you think would entice your spouse.

Step 2) Ask your spouse to become a friend of your fake persona

Step 3) Flirt and see what happens.

In this article the wife “posed as a 21-year-old blonde.” After flirting a bit, her husband… “tried to arrange a meeting with his young admirer, clearly expecting a sexual encounter.” That, combined with discussion of other dalliances, was enough to end the marriage.


2 Responses to “How To Trap Your Cheating Spouse Using Facebook”

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