A woman divorced after installing several surveillance cameras to observe her husband’s behavior when he was not at home. Find out in the lines below what the woman discovered when she got fed up and asked for a divorce.
He got divorced after installing video cameras in his house
A woman has decided to part ways with her husband, accusing him of “negligent parenting”. Lynalice shared a clip on the TikTok platform some time ago where she was cleaning the whole house. She also added some photos of the rooms of the house which were full of clothes and toys scattered around.
The woman also added a text to that video in which she said that for the past week, her work schedule was 10 hours a day, taking only one day off due to her health. The video also went on to capture the mountains of dishes in the sink and throughout the kitchen.
Also, the woman who asked for a divorce from her husband did not skip the bedroom either, while cleaning it, stating that no one cleans when she is not at home. Aided by her children, Lynalice said her soon-to-be ex-husband does not help her clean the house at all.
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The woman chose to divorce because of her husband’s negligence
Lynalice also added that she didn’t take care of the children either, arriving from work every day and finding the house like after a tornado. Regarding the woman’s complaints, she added that most of the time, he takes more care of his cars than his house and family.
“All his attention has been focused on the four cars he wants to work on permanently. His obsession reached a peak and he even brought car parts into the house and left oil everywhere,” the woman said in the TikTok video.
Lynalice continued to accuse her husband of making the huge mess in the house his fault, adding that she intended to leave the house as soon as she was able to do so. The video went viral in no time, garnering over 7 million views, and netizens vindicated her and showed their support for her.
In a more recent video, Lynalice appears in a new home. Statistics prove them right in turn, as figures show that women do more housework compared to men, taking on three times as many such actions as men.
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