Husband sparks outrage after giving $7,000 of his wife’s IVF savings to his best friend WITHOUT asking: ‘I am beyond livid’
- A woman has been urged to divorce her ‘a***hole’ husband after he stole $7000
- Explained her husband, 36, gave his 33-year-old friend money she saved for IVF
- Thousands of people replied with many saying she should divorce him
A woman has been urged to divorce her husband after he took $7,000 from her without permission so his friend could buy a car.
‘They’re inseparable and spend the entire week together. Like they’re really really close,’ she explained.
‘My husband and I struggled with fertility issues for years.
A woman has been urged to divorce her ‘a***hole’ husband after he took $7000 from her without permission so his friend could buy a car.
‘We recently started new method (IVF) in hopes to get at least one child together.
‘I saved for the majority of treatment while my husband only paid 2-3 thousand.
‘We saved up for another round after the huge disappointment and heartbreak from failing the first time (that’s just how it goes).
‘This time I’d put all the money (including dad’s inheritance) and my husband didn’t pay a cent,’.
She went on to explain that last week she discovered that her husband secretly pulled out $7,000 our of the $11,000 fund without her consent.
‘I was completely and utterly shocked I confronted him and he casually reminded me of how many times his best friend complained about his “old junk” car and he decided to “lend” him $7,000 to buy a decent car.
‘His argument was that his friend would’ve done the same for him. I was beyond livid I asked if he really thought that was okay and he said that I shouldn’t worry and guaranteed his friend will pay us back in time.
‘I lost it on him and immediately demanded his friend to send the money back and threatened police involvement in case he refused,’ she added.
Taking to Reddit’s AITA forum, the anonymous woman believed to be from the US, explained that her husband, 36, gave his 33-year-old friend money that she was saving up for IVF treatment.
The woman said the friend ‘immediately’ returned the money but her husband ‘came home yelling at her and calling her unhinged and selfish’.
‘I told him I saved up some of this money and used my inheritance for this treatment while he contributed nothing even though we’re in this together.
‘He “corrected” me saying I’m the one with the problem and he thought it’s only fair that I “make up” for it by paying for the IVF myself.
‘This hurt so badly and I couldn’t argue anymore. He went to stay with his friend while constantly shaming me for how I treated them both and for the police involvement like they stole from me or something.’
Thousands of people replied with many saying she wasn’t the ‘a*****’ and that she should divorce her husband instead.
‘Don’t procreate with this type of man,’ wrote one.
‘That was money you saved/inherited. That means you ARE the one paying for it and he DID steal from you,’ added another.
‘Please consider leaving and using an anonymous donor to have children if it’s something you want immediately. This man should not be a father,’ commented a third.
‘He doesn’t seem like he actually wants kids. Better idea, divorce him and get a sperm donor/ surrogate,’ wrote a fourth.
‘I’d be looking for a divorce lawyer. He has put his friend getting a new car above you trying for a child and blames you for an issue that you neither instigated nor asked for. He is not the man for you.’