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UK: Husband refuses to help with chores, wife alleges rape


The two had divorced because his wife was having an affair with someone else

Arguments between husband and wife are not a big problem. There are many cases of husband and wife feud being heard, but in Worcestershire, UK, a surprising case of husband and wife rift has emerged. In this strange case, it happened that when the husband refused to help the wife with household chores, the wife filed a rape complaint against the husband. Yes! The wife made her husband a rapist in front of the police just for not helping with household chores.

First married, then divorced

According to information received in the case, Sharon, 61, was married to David 21 years ago. Everything was fine between them at first, but then quarrels started between the two. In such a situation, fed up with constant quarrels, the two decided to part ways. However, during the divorce hearing in Worcestershire court, UK, it was revealed that Sharon was having an affair which she also admitted and that is why David decided to separate from her and move to another house.

Threatened by sending a message

Last year, Sharon sent David several abusive messages and threatened to help him clean. He asked David to quit his job and help with household chores. She also threatened that if he didn’t, she would press charges against him.

the court sentenced

According to a daily report from London, between March and April, Sharon sent David 216 messages, in which Sharon called David the robot nanny and many other abusive-abusive things. On Monday, the court found him guilty of blackmail and sentenced him to two years and three months in prison. But as soon as the court sentenced her, she started crying. The court then overturned his conviction and ordered that he be sent to a correctional center for 30 days.

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