Woman Hires “HoneyTrap” To Test If Her Man Will Cheat. Woman Proceeds To Steal Man Away From Her
Daily Mirror: In the past Samantha had bad luck with men but Jack, a man she’d known for a couple of years, seemed different. When Samantha Phipps met Jack Ewing she was hoping her run of bad luck with men would change. In the past she’d dated two-timers, a guy who slapped her after their first row and another who insisted on bringing his friends along on all their dates.
But Jack, a man she’d known through friends for a couple of years, seemed different. So in January 2011, she made her move and asked him out. And he said yes. Samantha, 26, recalls: “I finally thought at last I’d found someone decent and six weeks later I’d moved in with him. ”Things were great at the start. It was a real buzz. I used to count down the minutes at work to when I could see him. We had a fantastic relationship.” But after a year or so, things started to go wrong and she suspected Jack, 32, might be cheating on her.
Administrator Samantha, from Bristol, says: “His mobile broke so I got it fixed only for a message to come up from a girl, a very blunt message, saying how she loved him and calling him sexy. “I was shocked and thought ‘here we go again, this is where it all goes wrong’. The message couldn’t have made it clearer. Something was going on.” But when she finally confronted Jack, a customer services manager, he looked at it and told her he had no idea who it was from – it was obviously from someone who’d sent it to the wrong number.
“‘Let me phone her then to check’, I told him,” recalls Samantha.“I could see his fingers fiddling with the phone: ‘You can’t because I’ve deleted it’, he said. He told me it was a wrong number and that whatever I was thinking was wrong. “He was quite cool about it and I so desperately wanted to believe him, but I just had this nagging doubt and it was affecting my relationship with him. ”But what could I do? I confided in friends and one simply said ‘so test him’.
“She suggested I set it up for a woman to chat him up and see if he fell for it. If he was true to his word, he’d tell her he was already spoken for and if not, I’d know he was a cheat. “Later that night, I went on the web and found a girl who caught out love cheats by trying to seduce them. ”So I phoned her up – she asked to be called Miss Honeytrap, and we discussed what she could do.”
Brokenhearted, Samantha spent the rest of the week sobbing and then arranged to go out that Friday night to drown her sorrows. “We ended up in a wine bar at midnight. As I took a sip of my gin and tonic I saw Jack from across the room. He was with another woman.” Marching across the bar to find out who her man had left her for, Samantha couldn’t believe what she was seeing. “He was sat there with the honeytrap who I recognised from a photo on the website,” she says. “I asked what the hell she was doing and looking really nervous she said sorry, that it had just happened.
“I had to get this straight: ‘So you’re telling me I set you up to test my boyfriend and you stole him from me?’ “She looked down at her drink and admitted they were seeing each other. Jack didn’t seem bothered at all. He just sat with a hint of a smug smile on his face. “I completely lost it. I flung my drink over her and she started crying. I stood there looking at them both, her with gin and tonic dripping down her face, him just gawping at me. I shouted at her that I wanted my money back and she cried that I’d get it back as my friends led me away.
“In all my years of dating men I don’t think I’ll ever beat this story. I hired the woman and then she stole my man off me. “I saw the real side of him in that pub. He really doesn’t care about anyone but himself. He met the girl and just left, without telling me anything. “A few weeks ago, he came round for his stuff. I wouldn’t let him in the house. I got his things and gave them back on the doorstep. When I asked if he was still seeing her, he said he was.
“He even admitted he’d been seeing someone else apart from me before her, but insisted it was just him and Miss Honeytrap now, or Jane, as I discovered she was called. “Then he left and I’ve not seen him since.” But Jack isn’t ashamed at being exposed as a love rat. “The whole relationship with Samantha was a mistake. I knew that when we started living together and I should have finished with her sooner,” he explains.
“I’m happy with Jane. She’s a very attractive girl with a great personality. When we chatted in the pub that first night we just clicked straight away. “I feel quite good about what happened. I’d been seeing another girl on a casual basis while I was dating Samantha but that’s over. I finished that as soon as Jane came along.” Jane Gill, 26, who has now given up her part-time job as a honeytrap, adds: “I did it as a way of earning a bit of extra cash. I had about half a dozen bookings in two years so it’s not been a massive success.
“The idea was to test men out, not steal them. I wouldn’t say I stole Jack. Their relationship was doomed the moment she booked me because once the trust goes in a relationship that’s it. “I don’t make a habit of this. I’m glad Jack came along. We’re well suited.”
Well if you can’t trust a chick you hire to seduce your husband to see if he’d cheat on you, then who can you trust??? Is there no integrity anymore?
I’m pretty damn sure if it gets to the point where you feel the need to hire some slut to entrap your husband into cheating, just to see if he’d cheat, then it’s pretty much over already. I always say most men are only as faithful as their options. So if this stupid housewife stacks the deck and hires a hottie, who’s not a super model, but clearly WAY hotter than she is, then this dude is absolutely going to fall for the bait! It’s not every day that a hot young chick hits on an older married man….most men can’t withstand that kind of entrapment. In the legal system, entrapment can get you off, so why not in this case?
If you are curious what this “HoneyTrap” looks like, take a look. Definitely sexier than the housewife:
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