Tall woman dating short man
Derek Alldred had dated a woman in California under false pretenses and drained her bank account of almost 0,000.
Derek Alldred had married a woman, pretended to pay the bills on their home, then vanished after it was foreclosed on.
Richie had lingering medical problems from his time in the service, and Missi was constantly having to drop him off at or pick him up from the hospital.
He was always canceling plans, or not showing up when he was supposed to.
When she finally did meet him in person, her relief was even more profound.
Richie was tall and charming, a good talker and a good listener who seemed eager for a relationship.
The wallet also contained a couple of credit cards belonging to someone named Linda. She’d had a nagging sense that something wasn’t right in her relationship, but she’d shaken it off as her being untrusting.
Maybe, he told her, with the benevolent confidence of a wealthy man, she wouldn’t have to work.
When Missi got fed up—Why did I get out of a crappy marriage just to be in this crappy relationship?
—some new tragedy would happen (his mother died; he was in a motorcycle accident), and she’d be roped back in.
Missi sat in her living room, alternately furious at him (for letting her down) and at herself (for getting her hopes up enough to be let down). He’s probably at home, hanging out with his wife and kids,” she says.
At 10 p.m., she sent him a final message: This is completely unacceptable.