Australian Idol star Casey Donovan talks about the moment she discovered that her boyfriend was not real

<pre><pre>Australian Idol star Casey Donovan talks about the moment she discovered that her boyfriend was not real

For six years, Casey Donovan believed that he was in a relationship with a man named Campbell, only to find out cruelly that his best friend Olga had been cheating on her.

And in her repeated memories Big, Beautiful and Sexier, the former Australian Idol star details the heartbreaking moment when she realized that her romance was a lie.

In an excerpt published in Sunday Life this week, the 30-year-old singer explained that it was her manager Jason Williamson who encouraged her to finally seek the truth once and for all.

"I was embarrassed, I cried": the Australian Idol star, Casey Donovan, spilled over when her manager helped her discover that their six-year relationship was a lie, and admitted that she was "hanging by a thread" in an excerpt from his book published in Sunday Life this week

Casey explained that after a particularly emotional performance, he left the stage and confessed to Jason that he had never seen Campbell in real life, despite years of "dating".

Immediately, Jason has doubts about the existence of Campbell & # 39; and questioned if he really was just Casey's best friend, Olga pretending to be him.

I started to get mad. Not Jason, but myself for being so stupid. I collapsed, sobbing, the kind of crying that takes your breath away, "Casey recalled of the revealing conversation.

Catfished: Casey was tricked by her friend Olga (pictured) into thinking she was dating a man named Campbell & # 39; - a cruel deception that lasted six years until the truth was discovered

Catfished: Casey was tricked by her friend Olga (pictured) into thinking she was dating a man named Campbell & # 39; - a cruel deception that lasted six years until the truth was discovered

Catfished: Casey was tricked by her friend Olga (pictured) into thinking she was dating a man named Campbell & # 39; – a cruel deception that lasted six years until the truth was discovered

Casey added that she told Jason: "I've lived this every day for the past six years. I know it sounds crazy. And now I do not know what to do. I'm clinging to a thread. "

Determined to discover the truth once and for all, Jason reported that I am a celebrity … Get me out of here! star that they would go to Campbell's house and see if it existed.

With Jason's partner, Chris, they went to the apartments where Campbell supposedly lived, only to confirm Casey's worst fears: his supposed "boyfriend". It was not real.

Friend in need! Casey's manager Jason Williamson (right) helped her face the heartbreaking truth that her boyfriend & # 39; Campbell & # 39; did not exist

Friend in need! Casey's manager Jason Williamson (right) helped her face the heartbreaking truth that her boyfriend & # 39; Campbell & # 39; did not exist

Friend in need! Casey's manager Jason Williamson (right) helped her face the heartbreaking truth that her boyfriend & # 39; Campbell & # 39; did not exist

Friend in need! Casey's manager Jason Williamson (right) helped her face the heartbreaking truth that her boyfriend & # 39; Campbell & # 39; did not exist

Friend in need! Casey's manager Jason Williamson (right) helped her face the heartbreaking truth that her boyfriend & # 39; Campbell & # 39; did not exist

Casey has been open about the heartbreaking experience in the past, and she shared that she talked to Campbell / Olga regularly over the phone throughout their relationship, but they always apologized why they could not see each other.

& # 39; Olga & # 39; he even managed to convince Casey that Campbell's fiction wanted the two women to have sex, which Casey was forced to do.

In 2014, Casey told Daily Mail Australia that it had been "extremely difficult" to overcome the emotional trauma of the experience, but that it has now advanced.

"This is life, that continues and is strengthening as a person," he said. "Things happen, something bad happens and you can get stuck in it, or you can move on."

"Things happen, things happen": in 2014, Casey told Daily Mail Australia that it had been "extremely difficult" to overcome the emotional trauma of the experience, but that he has now moved on.

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