Man Allows Girlfriend to Sleep Around! Learn More About Extramarital Affairs in Singapore today!

One of the most commonly cited reasons for divorce in Singapore involves extramarital affairs in Singapore. Most people cannot stand sharing their partners with someone else.

“Freedom”

There is however a man from the UK who has an unbelievable tolerance of affairs. Adam Gillet allows his make-up artist girlfriend to have sex with anyone she likes. Beatrice Gibbs has been allowed by Gillet to sleep with 5 different men over the last 1.5 years! She kisses up to 6 men every night and “could not resist other men”.

Gibbs persuaded Gillet to give her this “freedom” after she threatened to leave him. Gillet is required to offer this “freedom” to Gibbs to keep her by his side.

On the other hand, Gillet is not accorded the same privilege as Gibbs.

According to Gibbs, this is the “perfect situation”. She gets to sleep around but yet have a boyfriend she loves by her side.

Gillet claims to be happy now despite being jealous at the start of their “open relationship”. He said he has now learnt how to deal with his feelings.

See: Mark Duell, “Make-up artist, 22, and her boyfriend, 22, agree that SHE can sleep with whoever she likes but he must stay faithful after she told him she would leave him otherwise”, MailOnline, 15 February 2017

Extramarital affairs in Singapore

As a divorce lawyer in Singapore, I meet many clients who are filing for divorce in Singapore because of extramarital affairs in Singapore.

Under the Women’s Charter Singapore, a person can file for divorce if he/ she discovers the commission of adultery by his/ her spouse. However, it is important to note that he/ she must find it intolerable to continue living with his/ her spouse due to the commission of adultery.

Hence, if Gillet were married to Gibbs in Singapore, he may not be able to file for divorce in Singapore using Gibbs’ adultery as a reason given that he “allowed” the adultery to happen.

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