Wife's private photo album makes its way onto the web
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Six months ago, I asked a close female friend to help me prepare a gift for my husband for our fifth wedding anniversary. I wanted to create a photo album of sexy nude photos of myself. Her excellent camerawork provided me with a wonderful collection, and my husband loved it. I recently found out on social media that my girlfriend's husband viewed and copied my private photos, and shared them online with mutual male friends of ours. I'm devastated. My girlfriend is sorry to the max. My husband isn't yet aware of my exposure to others.
Early in my pregnancy, I decided to not post a pregnancy announcement or pictures of him on social media. I felt my son should have the autonomy to build his own social media presence as he saw fit. During the past year, I have felt comfortable sharing about five pictures of him with my plus close friends and family who follow that social media account. My mother-in-law has been posting pictures of my son to her social media account for a while now. A few weeks ago, my husband texted her a picture of our son, himself and me.
We went to counselling and she agreed to end the contact. Things improved and we've been enjoying our time together. However — and I'm not proud of it — I've checked her emails, and know she is in constant contact with him via an account she thinks I don't know of. I've also seen emails from her usual account, forwarding photos, including ones of her naked, to her secret account, presumably to send to him. I asked if they were in contact, but she denied it.