A woman discovered that her boyfriend had visited an escort after finding damning messages on his Apple Watch, but when she approached him with the evidence he denied it
A woman found out her boyfriend had visited an escort after she found damning messages on his Apple Watch.
Sharing her story anonymously, the woman said that she and her partner had fallen out after she shouted at him in her sleep so she text him to apologise.
Her boyfriend never replied and the woman noticed he had left his watch, which was connected to his phone, at home, so she checked to make sure the messages were going through.
But she was in for a shock – as she found a strange number in his phone and read the messages, and it soon became clear that he had been talking to an escort, and had arranged a meet-up for the previous weekend.
Telling her story on Reddit, the woman said: “I noticed a strange number far up in the queue. It was a conversation initiated by my boyfriend’s number, texting someone named McKenna planning a meet up this past Sunday and that included his LinkedIn profile link.
“So I started snooping some more in the text chain and after the initial text from my boyfriend an automated message came back saying not to say anything sexually explicit or derogatory or they’ll be blocked.
“Eventually, the number texted back and so began the planning of place and time.”
Then the text message exchange came to a close, with the final message ‘great, I will call you at 4pm – thanks’, so the woman did some sleuthing to find out who her boyfriend had been texting.
She continued: “I asked my friend to also send a text to the number, and that’s when we found out it was an escort off of a site called Tryst.
“I found her profile online and in her description there is a script that one is to use if they’d like to hire her— I cross-referenced to the message my boyfriend sent and it’s verbatim including the LinkedIn link for verification.
“After this discovery, I waited until he got home and immediately asked him who McKenna is and why he’s cheating on me. He acted completely confused and I told him to give me his phone but when I checked the messages they were not on his phone.
“I then demanded he go get his watch and check for himself – of course, they were there in the watch, and he said this was the first time seeing the messages and it was not him who had texted.
“I freaked out and asked to see his phone. I checked Google maps Waze, internet history, bank statement, deleted photos, screen time for that particular day and ‘significant locations’ in his location services.
“All of it shows nothing, he says he did nothing, I am confused on who or what to believe and I need advice on how to move forward.”
After she shared the story on Reddit, other users were quick to respond – saying that the woman’s boyfriend was lying to her.
She said: “He deleted everything from his phone but kept it on his watch. If this one doesn’t pan out, he’ll take the next one.”
And another added: “He is lying. He may not have gone to meet the escort in the end but those texts are real and he knows he sent them.”
“Obviously, he texted her first,” wrote a third. “All your Apple Watch messages are the same ones you get on your phone. Some people are really good at lying.”