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I just found out that my wife lied about being raped when she was a teenager (15). She did it to get back at the guy because he broke up with her. She never once told me about this incident. I found out while I was cleaning our attic and found her old journals and read them. This guy actually spent two years in juvenile hall.

I was ready to go tear her up and yell to release some of my anger…how could she do that? Would she ever falsely accuse me of rape? Then I saw her sitting by our fireplace, nursing our 7 month old son. She was just beaming with joy and smiles. Instead, I went over and curled up next to her, hugged her and rubbed our baby’s still bald head! It felt so good, all of us sitting there as a family, loving each other.

Should I be angry at her? Should I even confront her about what I found out about her past? She has been nothing but an angel to me and our son. Maybe my fear of her lying about me is totally unrealistic. But it still shocked me.

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  • Her twisted morals will be raising your child. I suggest you confront her, force her to apologize to the person she accused. It’s not ok.

    Anonymous February 12, 2019 7:40 pm Reply
  • I’d be constantly worried she’d pull the same shit on me if I was married to her. That’s fucked. Id force her to admit it publically and privately apologize to the dude also. No telling how that shit fucked his life up. She needs to pay.

    Anonymous February 12, 2019 7:59 pm Reply
    • I don’t want to force her to do anything but I would like her to apologize to this guy, in private. I do not want her to publicly admit this because we are a growing family and we have to live in this town. We are well well respected, own a house and our own business. I also want her to know I love her despite this but what if she thinks I hate her? I love her and my son more than anything.

      Anonymous February 12, 2019 8:11 pm Reply
      • I could never imagine hurting her emotionally. I wish I could take all her pain away; from the way she wrote, it seemed her guilt was crushing her at one time.

        Anonymous February 12, 2019 8:13 pm Reply
        • Her pain? Her guilt? What about the innocent person she fucking ruined? Are you insane?

          Anonymous February 12, 2019 8:51 pm Reply
      • There are legal issues that affected this person profoundly, and he’s likely forced to carry the label of sex offender around for the rest of his life. Yes, she needs to make a statement to the court that convicted him so that he can be free from that legal burden. I’m so glad you have built such an awesome life, but his was destroyed. She needs to fix it.

        Anonymous February 12, 2019 8:50 pm Reply
  • Your fear isn’t unrealistic. She lied out of spite to hurt someone, and that lie caused unjust incarceration. That is not ok.

    Anonymous February 12, 2019 8:48 pm Reply
  • You have to resolve this, for your future at least. You are kidding yourself if you think you can just forget she did that to someone. Seeing that happy moment does not change that the guy she did this to probably does not get those happy moments that make you or her cowards.

    Anonymous February 12, 2019 8:49 pm Reply
    • Exactly! He’s likely a registered sex offender now. Do you have any idea the burden that is for an innocent person? It’s not just unjust – he probably will never have a chance at the life you’re so determined to protect. I hope you live in fear that this woman never has the chance to nail you to the wall if she’s upset with you.

      Anonymous February 12, 2019 8:53 pm Reply
  • You are all right. But I’m going to try to do it in the least traumatic way for everybody involved. I will take my wife on a private picnic and bring up the past I found out gently. She will probably likely be embarassed and I will be ready to show her love and hugs.
    I looked up this guy she falsely accussed. Thankfully, he is not listed on the sex offender registry. However, he has a court record and a criminal record which likely held him back from his dreams of college and not working as a janitor. He is married. In addition to her apology, we will pay any court costs to clear his name and offer to pay up to four years of college costs for him, if he wants to attend once his record is clear. (He is only 30, my wife is 31). If he refuses his college education, we will set up a trust fund for his 3 year old daughter’s future college education. I just hope this man will forgive my wife and give her the kindness she never gave him.

    Anonymous February 12, 2019 9:05 pm Reply
    • I just want no one to suffer emotionally anymore.

      Anonymous February 12, 2019 9:07 pm Reply
  • This sort of shit also affects women who were actually traumatized by abuse and rape. It perpetuates the myth that women lie and shouldn’t be believed! Ugh. I would love to scratch her eyes out.

    Anonymous February 12, 2019 9:32 pm Reply

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