Sep 16 2018
New Wife Caught Husband Naked In Bed With Aunt Weeks After Wedding
A new wife, who caught her husband and her aunt naked in their bedroom weeks after their wedding, has revealed how devastated the incident left her.
According to the new wife, Kim Elkins, she met her husband Kenny who she got married to online in 2009, and she made the discovery when she came home early from work one afternoon. According to Kim, her friends had become suspicious after spotting her aunt Lorraine Esslemont allegedly getting ‘up to no good’ with new husband Kenny Slocombe at the wedding reception.
The 33-year-old heartbroken woman, disclosed that her aunt who she’s very close to, was having sexual relations with her husband before they got married. Her aunt Lorraine Esslemont, was reportedly allowed to stay in the spare room of the house she shared with Kenny Slocombe.
But it wasn’t until six weeks after the ceremony that the devastated bride discovered her new husband was cheating. She told The Mirror:
“I was absolutely hysterical,” she says. “The fact they’d had sex in my marital bed made it so much worse.
She said: ‘I’d forgotten my key, so I banged on the door. I heard Kenny say: “S***, it’s Kim.”‘
‘He came to the door and I demanded to know where Lorraine was. He said she was in the spare room, but I stormed straight into our bedroom to find her stark naked.’
“Lorraine told me, ‘We couldn’t help ourselves – we’re in love’. I was so upset Kenny had to restrain me. Lorraine was more like a best mate to me than an auntie because she was only 10 years older than me. I’d even asked her for relationship advice.
“It was a bit cramped, as they had two children, but I wouldn’t see them stuck,” she says. “I thought it would just be a while before they found a house.
“It was nice having Lorraine around as I could talk to her about anything. Soon she and Kenny were as thick as thieves, too. Naively, I was just pleased they got on.”
The mother-of-one, from Wallsend in Tyne and Wear, decided to give the relationship another go for the sake of their son – but it fell apart again just weeks later. Mr Slocombe left to move 500 miles away to be with her aunt – which he now claims he did because his new wife was ‘controlling.’
Both Mr Slocombe and Ms Esslemont deny getting together at the wedding reception. And the estranged aunt said she feels no guilt about breaking up their marriage – claiming ‘you can’t help who you fall in love with.’