It was a notification from Snapchat, alerting her that she had received a snap. It was an image from her ex-boyfriend, his abs plastered on her phone's screen. The caption: "Want to play?
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A husband who shared an explicit photo of his ex-wife's sister giving him oral sex has been jailed. The father-of-two appeared with his pregnant girlfriend in Gosford Local Court in the Central Coast where Magistrate Alan Railton described the offence as 'just nasty'. The court heard Farrawell-Smith, who was arrested in November , began messaging his wife's sister when they separated, asking her for sex. The pair eventually met at his place in March and April of last year where he recorded the sex acts without her permission. They met up again in April when Farrawell-Smith video recorded oral sex and sexual intercourse, the publication reported. Farrawell-Smith continued to invite his ex-wife's sister over in May, June and July, but she didn't show up. Farrawell-Smith pictured was sentenced to six months' jail and a community corrections order for 18 months.
From the entire question someone could conclude that you From the entire question someone could conclude that you see her as you own property. A partner, a girlfriend, is someone who is equal to yourself, a person you who trusts, who trusts you, who you stand behind , who stands behind you, who you listen to you, you listen to. A girlfriend is a person who you respect and who respects you. What is problematic is her lying. Would she be okay with you doing the same to her?