I recently found out my husband who walked out on Feb 19th has been living with a coworker. It is an odd situation because we do resets for grocery stores. We were days and now are on night shift. I was a team lead during the days and I knew this girl as she was on my team but we never got to know each other. Shortly before we moved to nights in Jan. my husband took my position because I was promoted to trainer. Im still his boss and now he is hers. He lost his job recently due to an idiotic move on his part. I am now in his place until someone can be found. I had nothing to do with him losing his job. He has had no contact with me basicly since he left and he had my deceased fathers car that is very sentimental to me. I took my car back yesterday. He thinks it was stolen but hes not sure if it was me. The car is registered to me so unless I report it the police arent going to waste any time on this. He is lying to this new girl just as he lied to me in the start and almost all through the relationship. She knows were married. I think. We kept our relationship quiet at work so until recently no one even knew we were a couple. I dont know if I should warn this new woman about him but he is now involving himself in her kids' lives and passing himself off as HER husband. Should I warn her because of the kids, should I work with her, get her off my team, get her fired, rip her apart limb by limb? Im kind of kidding about that one. My friends tell me she wont care what I have to say but should I try?
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