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Celestine

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My husband of only 16.7.2019 has been betraying me with guest from hotel phencia in Hammamet ! He is 28 and works in room service
his name is oday he get women to send him money tells them he wants divorce me a ******

Oday belefki works in phencia hotel Hammamet in room service he is married , uses women for money getting them to send money for family
operations and for rent buy him phones and clothes and of course to do his visa !! He will tell them his wife is from uk and bad to him and
he wants divorce !! All lies his wife also sends him money and is doing his visa until one of oday Lady friends messaged him while she
was visiting him lol so she found the truth ! He needs to be stopped
no visa for oday belefki embassy has been informed
 

simple

Ratslayer
My mistake, I forget how even the women in Iran do more to defend women cross-culturally than anything I’ve witnessed coming from Tunisia which is sad. Tunisian women will stay quiet if it leads to their financial profit in the end.
I thought it was strange comment from you !!! Have you not have your coffee yet ??xxx
 

Susan belefki

New Member
Phenica ,,,rats nest ,stay away.And f""K me !!photo above is one ugly piece of shit ,,why do they think they are gods gift to women:sick::sick::sick: Ive seen better looking pitbulls
Yes so true extremely ugly both inside and out ! But believe me he thinks he is very handsome and can have many women !! Point is in this hotel he can , he works in room service so has access to every room
 

Susan belefki

New Member
yes he is evil , you should see the messages and abuse , he even messages women after they have sent him money for money abuse
Some women from Ireland who he feed a story too send him money for a operation lol and after he sent her a message and said now go .... away ! Why when all she did was fall for his lies and send him money evil really and there are so many others he really needs locking up
 

MH007

Administrator
Staff member
I will only go back to divorce him !
If you weren't married in the UK let him file for divorce - you owe him nothing and unless you registered your marriage here then it's not worth the paper it's written on.

Drag your heels and let the rat do the work - why make it easy for him?

MH x
 

Susan belefki

New Member
If you weren't married in the UK let him file for divorce - you owe him nothing and unless you registered your marriage here then it's not worth the paper it's written on.

Drag your heels and let the rat do the work - why make it easy for him?

MH x
We got married in Tunisia , and our marriage was registered in uk as I started our visa application ! But I have informed the embassy so he won’t be getting a visa to the uk thank god , as for him filing for divorce he won’t , he don’t care about divorce in fact he has refused to divorce me !! But with the evidence I have I can divorce him but I must go Tunisia to do this as far. As I know , waiting for the solicitor to advise me really
 

MH007

Administrator
Staff member
We got married in Tunisia , and our marriage was registered in uk as I started our visa application ! But I have informed the embassy so he won’t be getting a visa to the uk thank god , as for him filing for divorce he won’t , he don’t care about divorce in fact he has refused to divorce me !! But with the evidence I have I can divorce him but I must go Tunisia to do this as far. As I know , waiting for the solicitor to advise me really
He will but he is expecting you to pay.

As long as you're not looking to marry quickly then I say let him rot - he will want to marry again, harsh but true. Let the rat pay and don't surrender.

Good riddance to bad rubbish - you've paid enough


MH x
 

Etoyoc

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and our marriage was registered in uk
In this case (and also in the case when you live in the UK permanently now), you can start a divorce in the UK and according to UK law. The international private law will only divert the divorce proceedings to Tunisia, when he has started there the divorce first. Talk to a lawyer who is specialised in international private law (there should be quite a few in the UK)!


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In respect of a divorce, an English court will only have jurisdiction to entertain divorce proceedings pursuant to Council Regulation 1347/2000 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in matrimonial matters and in matters of parental responsibility for children of both spouses if one of the following requirments is satisfied: the spouses are habitually resident or domiciled in England and Wales, the spouses were habitually resident in England and Wales and one of them is still resident there now, the respondent is habitually resident in England and Wales, the applicant was resident in England and Wales for at least one year before the date of the application (or six months if the applicant is a national of a Member State). If none of these is satisfied and no other Member State has jurisdiction, domestic law confers jurisdiction on the English courts if at least one of the parties was domiciled in England and Wales at the time of the commmencement of the divorce proceedings. An English court with jurisdiction will apply English law to the divorce proceedings. In proceedings for a decree of nullity, the laws referred to above (law of place of celebration or law of party’s domicile) will apply depending on the ground of nullity. A foreign divorce will be recognised if one of the parties was habitually resident, domiciled, or a national of that country at the time of the foreign proceedings.
 
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