Three days ago, my wife told me that she was assaulted by two men two weeks ago. While initially comforting her, I asked her to recount what happened so we can contact police and etc and while she was hesitant to speak at first, said she invited two men over while I was out of town so she could cheat on me. She said they were from Craigslist adult personals.
I asked if she was sure and maybe she was just shellshocked and she said it's the truth. Within 30 seconds I was out the door and left to stay with my parents. I didn't tell them what happened, just my wife and I are taking a break. I plan to file for divorce.
But even if my parents don't know, a few of my wife and I's mutual friends do know. And they think I should be supportive of my wife because she "technically didn't cheat". To me, she has. She invited them over, and, well, they had sex. I don't know how to word this but the invitation was cheating and anything after the fact is ancillary. I'm being torn to shreds by people who I thought were close friends because they think her being assaulted matters more than the cheating.
I don't really know what to do. I believe my wife in her account of events. I had absolutely no idea anything happened. She could have kept everything from me and I wouldn't have been the wiser. Why open yourself up like that if you could get away with cheating scot-free? I say this not to absolve the men but to corroborate her account: she was assaulted, I believe this. But I don't think it matters or concerns me anymore because of the circumstances surrounding it.
Sorry if I'm rambling. I just don't know if I'm being overboard with how I'm acting.
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