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Wife spends all the money to save husband, only to find his cheating history in return

By Yao Xinyu (People's Daily Online)    14:23, November 23, 2015

Ms. Lin looks out of the window. (Ngzb.com/Wei Bifeng)

Ms. Lin holds her marriage certificate. (Ngzb.com/Wei Bifeng)

In order to cure her husband who suffered from cerebral hemorrhage, Ms. Lin spent all her savings and even borrowed a large sum of money from her friends and relatives. Unfortunately her husband eventually fell into a vegetative state. But what’s even more unfortunate was Ms. Lin found out her husband had an affair when she was organizing her husband’s personal belongings.

Ms. Lin and Mr. Li used to be a very happy couple in Baise city, southwestern China’s Guangxi. But everything changed on March 6, 2015. It was their 13th anniversary for being married. When Ms. Lin was thinking about picking up a gift for the big day, she got a phone call informing her that her husband was sent to the hospital because of cerebral hemorrhage, and he was in critical situation.

To provide the best treatment for her husband, Ms. Lin spent over 1.5 million yuan. But in the end, her husband still did not come back to life and remained in vegetative state. What Ms. Lin did not expect was that there was an even bigger surprise waiting for her. When she went to her husband’s office to clean up his personal belongs, she found a flash drive. It turned out to be a sex tape of her husband and another woman. “Our marriage and my all-out salvage all became a joke when I found this flash drive,” said Ms. Lin.

Ms. Lin also found that her husband had bought endowment insurance for the woman in the name of her husband. Ms. Lin asked for a full refund from the insurance company since Mr. Li is not the legal husband of the woman. However, she got turned down, being told that the insurance was signed by both Mr. Li and the insured person, which was completely legitimate and effective. The other woman is remained unreached. 

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