Mother who had to pay the $ 7,500 divorce costs of her cheating husband gives him the money in £ 350 COINS – while she is kidding him because he has abandoned her & # 39; with & # 39; two small baby & # 39; s & # 39; and all bills
- Brandi Lee got her own back to her cheating husband
- After she had to pay him $ 7,500, she came up with an ingenious plan
- Pennsylvania-based woman told bank staff that they all wanted the money in small pieces
- The mother of two paid her ex-husband with & # 39; 350 pound coins & # 39;
- The dairy farmer said she wanted to prove a point & # 39; because their local bank will not accept it back unless they are on rolls
- She also called him online because he had skipped their two children, worked on the farm and left her the bills
A woman whose husband cheated on her boyfriend when she was told that she would have to pay him $ 7,500, so she decided to get her own money back by paying the substantial amount in coins.
Dairy farmer Brandi Lee went to Facebook to tell how her former husband had done with his friend's wife.
When Brandi was sentenced by a divorce court to pay the Philanderer $ 7,500, she said she wanted to teach him a lesson and prove & # 39; a point & # 39; after he left her with their two children and two farms to care for.
Last laugh: After Brandi Lee was ordered to pay her cheating ex-husband $ 7,500 in divorce, she made the exchange as irritating as possible
Cheater: Brandi, from Pennsylvania, condemned her husband's actions in a post that went viral before she was removed from social media
Brandi explained how she went to the local bank and informed the & # 39; beautiful little ladies & # 39; about her plan to pay the money in small amounts.
Heartache: Brandi married her husband in 2015 and was devastated when she allegedly caught him cheating
She added that not only were the staff willing to provide her $ 7,500 in coins, they also helped her to formalize a payment plan.
& # 39; I just wanted to prove a point that you should probably see how he would suck a redhead and that he would end up with any luck … he thinks this time with the right headline & # 39 ;, wrote them on the viral post.
Brandi added that the local bank does not accept change unless it is rolled up, which means that her ex, whom she married in 2015, has to wrap all the pennies manually if he wants to submit them.
The sorrowful mother of two explained that because Pennsylvania is not a state of debt, her ex-husband owes the sum & # 39; although he was the one who had wronged her.
Make him pay: Brandi asked the bank tellers to buy $ 7,500 in dime, so that she could fulfill the payment to her cheating ex
That's a lot of piggy banks: on Facebook, the mother of two said she wanted to prove a point because she thanked the bank staff for helping her with a payment plan in the process
& # 39; My hubby, while you are sitting at home with your dime rolling, you might be able to free up some time and think about how difficult my life has been since [you] abandoned me with two little babies & two farms to take care of you and draw your income from this family, but don't take bills, & she wrote in her post on Facebook.
Savings: Brandi joked that she was starting an online fundraiser to raise the $ 7,500
While sharing the since deleted message, Brandi also posed for a selfie in her new & # 39; Divorced AF & # 39; T-shirt.
Before she removed it from her page, the post had collected thousands of responses from fellow media group users of Brandi, praising her for taking the opportunity to get revenge on her ex-husband.
& # 39; Totally crazy about this … you go girl, & # 39; said a person.
& # 39; You are my hero, & # 39; another said while someone else wrote: & # 39; Good for you !! His loss. & # 39;
& # 39; I would like to see his facial expression, & # 39; added another.
In another post, she joked that she was starting a GoFundMe to earn back the $ 7,500, and she even shared a picture of herself with a dime, along with the caption: & # 39; My colleague & # 39; s getting my money back ! & # 39;
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