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Man Decides To Leave His Fiancee For A Blond He Met Online - Big Mistake (Photos)

Paul Rusher of Oxford had been engaged for few weeks, yet he was planning a future with a new woman who he thought was a pretty blond from America. Now that his fiancé outed the woman as a con artist, the two have never been closer.

Rusher had been with Rebecca Lewis for two years before he accepted “Kristen’s” friend request on Facebook.

“'It was the biggest shock of my life,” said Lewis. “I knew something was wrong when Paul started to act strangely. He started acting cagey and became disinterested in me. I would often come home to find him on the computer, or glued to his mobile phone. It didn't make sense - just months earlier Paul had proposed, now he hardly looked at me.”

She became suspicious and logged into his Facebook account to read his messages and found that he had been messaging Kristen around 10 times a day. She confronted Rusher who promised to stop talking to Kristen, but she later found that the messages continue.

He even told Kristen he loved her.

She left him, and though they remained friends and he said he missed her, Rusher still chose to pursue Kristen. When Lewis became suspicious of Kristen who constantly came up with reasons not to meet Rusher, she then found a forum online dedicated to Kristen warning people that she scams men out of money using a model’s photograph.

“Thankfully, he hadn't handed over any cash,” Lewis told MailOnline. “Paul was mortified, and stopped all contact with Kristen. Together, we messaged her one final time, to let her know we had caught her out. She simply replied claiming that she'd found a new man and was no longer interested in Paul.”

After a lot of apologies, Rusher and Lewis still plan to marry.

“I wish that I had never joined Facebook and I've deleted my account,” Rusher said. “My head was in the wrong place when this happened and it messed me up completely. Now that I have a second chance with Rebecca, I'm never letting her go.”

Source: MailOnline
Photo: MailOnline

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