‘My husband cheated on me with another girl – then did dirty on her too’

A woman accused her ex-husband of cheating on her throughout the majority of their marriage – and she also has something to say to his new girlfriend.

Posting to her TikTok account, Liz claimed her ex-husband did the dirty on her numerous times during their relationship.

She believes he's now cheating on his new girlfriend too – but what makes matters worse, Liz recently found out that this is the woman he was secretly dating when he was married to her.

"Has anyone caught their ex-husband cheating on their new girlfriend? Because I have and let me tell you, it's an absolute sh*t show," Liz said in a video she uploaded.

"I was this man for 11 years, he cheated on me and was really abusive the entire time we were together.

"I finally got the guts to leave him and started living my best life. Once I started the divorce I reached out to his first ex-wife and was like 'Hey I'm getting divorced from your ex-husband, was he horrible to you? Because he was horrible to me.'

"She is the sweetest person ever and agreed to get brunch with me and we sat there and talked for hours about all of the horrible things he did to both of us and now we are friends."

A couple of months later Liz saw her ex on Tinder, even though she knew he had a girlfriend.

Being a good samaritan, she sent screenshots of his account to the new partner, telling her that he had a history of cheating.

While she thanked Liz for sending them through, she ended up blocking her.

"A couple more months go by and she's creeping on my Instagram story so I send her message and I'm like 'Hey girl are you okay' and she's like 'No I am not okay, you were right the entire time, can we please go and get drinks and talk about this," Liz explained.

Liz said yes – but she got more than she bargained for.

The women swapped stories of him cheating on both of them, which was an interesting bonding experience.

"I already thought he was a sh***y person but I learned that he's even more of a sh***y person than I ever could have imagined," she said.

"While she's telling me all of these stories she slips up and admits that she's one of the girls that he was cheating on me with. And I'm like 'Wow that's kind of f***ed up, you probably could have led with that.

"So she knew he was married and he knew that she was married and they were both f***ing around. And she knew that he was f***ing a bunch of his other employees."

While it seemed like the girlfriend was going to leave him, she ended up going back to him.

The pair dated for a few months until the girlfriend reached out to Liz again, requesting to be friends.

"I would just like to know where people get the audacity," Liz queried.

"Where does my ex-husband get the audacity to do the horrible things he did to his first ex-wife for four years, me for 11 years, this poor girl for a year and then god knows who else is out there and who else there will be in the future?

"And then where does this girl get the audacity to think that I want to be her friend after all of that? What's really unfortunate is that just in the last couple of days it looks like they're back together [according to] social media."

Although Liz has no desire to be her friend, she said it took a lot for her to respond in a mature adult way.

She added: "I do not wish the pain and trauma that my ex-husband causes on anyone, including the women that he cheated on me with."

The video has been a hit online as at the time of writing it had been viewed more than 960,000 times.

Thousands of people supported Liz in the comments, with many sharing their thoughts on the situation.

"The difference is she KNEW. She knew he was married. And just as important, she was married. They're soul mates. Kudos to you for escaping," one person said.

"Anyone who has an affair with a married person who thinks they won't do it to them is in denial," said another.

A third person added: "I think we should normalise exposing cheaters on social media so we can all be aware. And so other men are encouraged to act right [incase] they're exposed."

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