In one case it nearly lead to Physical interaction, but in our case would rather say to feed a pornographic addiction, but with a tendency to try and damage the marriages as well.
My Wife do feel like if it had continued it would have led to physical interaction which he did try to initiate numerous times but she successfully worked her way around that, but it never lead there in our case..
Yes, and it lead to that, my wife did send nude pics, and he did send awful videos and pics of himself, unprovoked, this is a constant in all of the cases..
the only catch is not in so many words, in one case he had a chat with me directly on FB appearing to talk "business" with me, at the same stage he sent a video of himself and some disgusting pictures and insisted the favor be returned.. and subtly mentioned i am busy talking to your husband on FB...
At this stage i am considering divorcing my wife as i believe she betrayed me by being manipulable by this guy and not tell me earlier herself so i could stop this..
But i do not want other women to be done in by him and he needs to pay what he did to my family.. i am furious..
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Would the Above laws apply to the fact this all happened on Whatsapp and not in person, there where phone calls as well but the main thing happened on Whatsapp.
In your opinion, would this be worth it for my wife to go to the SAPS and would if proven really lead to a person being punished in accordance with the law..
it is going to be a humiliating experience for my wife.. so want to be sure it is worth the effort..
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