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Constance Hall is inundated with praise after discovering her ‘toxic’ husband on her secret account

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Constance Hall used a fake Facebook profile to stalk men's groups

Constance Hall used a fake Facebook profile to lurk in “toxic” men’s groups and discover a woman’s “dishonest” ex-husband.

The mother-of-six, from Perth, admitted she made the throwaway account disguised as a man called Adam to gain access to boy groups and their secret conversations.

She claims to have done it for “investigation”, but soon became deeply involved after a disgruntled man asked her for advice on “how to get back at his ex” for breaking up with him.

“The responses were typical and disgusting,” he said before offering a glimpse into their fetid discussion.

“He definitely pees in his underwear,” one man said.

Constance Hall used a fake Facebook profile to stalk ‘toxic’ men’s groups and discover someone’s ‘dishonest’ ex-husband

The first man responded: ‘P**s? I’ll shit in his underwear drawer, then send her away for the weekend with the kids, then change the locks. Possession of the family home greatly influences proceedings before the family courts.’

Constance couldn’t help but look through the little information the man had on his page to find a relative, then searched through his posts and photos to find the man’s ex-partner.

“I had to find her and warn her,” he said.

‘I sent her a DM with all the screenshots, all from the disposable account, and I signed it, “A woman done with men’s shit.”‘

She spent the next week obsessing over whether the other woman had seen the messages; She even sent him a friend request to try to send him her message.

But when he didn’t get a response, he “moved on” and stopped logging in as Adam.

That was until last week, when he decided it was as good a tool as any to procrastinate a little.

To her surprise, she found a message in her inbox from the woman she had responded to eight months ago, giving Constance the validation she needed.

“All I was saying was, ‘I can’t tell you how much this has helped me. I’m tired of men’s shit too. He has made my life hell, while he pretends to be innocent in court. Thank you.” she wrote in a Facebook post.

His publication went viral and more than 53,000 people reacted to the dramatic story.

Some criticized her for “infiltrating” a “safe space” for men, while others praised her for helping women.

‘Even if it was a safe space. All security men were not affected. Con has not published anything about it. It was a look of toxic behavior. And she found it. “All the lovely guys were not harmed in this investigation,” one woman said.

“Thanks for being Adam,” said another.

Others criticized the “toxic” men in the group.

“If men held each other accountable for their behavior, the world would be a much safer and happier place,” said one woman.

‘Exactly why the family court needs serious reform. The poor women who have to try to be mothers to these evil men!

Others said their exes “played the same tricks.”

‘I had the locks on my house changed. His license had the address on it. ‘She called a locksmith to make her a new key, claiming that she had locked herself out of the house and lost the keys (I found out later),’ one woman recalled.

‘He came into my house when I was sleeping just after 11 on a week night. I used a CPAP machine due to sleep apnea and woke up at about 4am unable to breathe. My CPAP machine was turned off on the wall.

Other women admitted that they are also in the groups “to take care of other women.”

If you or someone you know has safety concerns related to domestic violence, please call 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732).

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