Woman has illicit relation in UAE 'after husband cheated'
Court documents stated that the Arab woman confronted her husband when she caught him cheating on her.
In a tit-for-tat gesture, a wife allegedly got into an illicit relationship with a man she met on social media after her husband cheated on her with her best friend. When the husband found out about his wife's affair, he filed for divorce at a family court.
Court documents stated that the Arab woman confronted her husband when she caught him cheating on her. At first, he denied the accusation but later confessed. The husband told the woman that it was, in fact, her best friend who seduced him and initiated the relationship and started sending him "love messages".
On hearing this, the woman decided to leave their home in Al Ain and return to her father's house. But the man calmed her down while profusely apologising to her. He said that he had committed a "huge mistake" and assured her that he will never do it again.
Five months later, the woman decided to seek revenge against her husband. She took to social media and started communicating with a young man, who was also married. The chats grew and developed into a relationship. The pair exchanged love messages on WhatsApp.
The husband noticed that his wife's behaviour and feelings towards him had completely changed. When he asked her about her indifferent attitude, the woman simply ignored him.
After gathering concrete evidence to prove that his wife was having an illicit relationship with another man, the husband filed for divorce at the personal status or family court in Al Ain. The man asked the court to scrap her wife's legal rights and to give him custody of their children. The final ruling will be issued later.
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