A man has shocked his extended family and his in wife after being accused of sleeping with her mother-in-law at their house. The wife of the cheating man was dismayed after discovering the two were sleeping with each other behind her back despite the fact that she was pregnant with her first child.
According to K24 digital news media platform, Alyssa Mae who hails from the UK was in a relationship with Kennedy Mae her fiancee who hails from western region. Alyssa is said to have invited her mother from England to visit them during her pregnancy trimester and also to help around the house chores as she awaited her due date for delivery.
Kennedy is said to have been sneaking out of hospital where Alyssa was admitted and going home to her mother-in-law whom they are believed by close family members to have been in a relationship for some time. Alyssa also managed to find several incriminating texts messages on both her fiancee's phone and mother-in-law.
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