‘Get out now – once a cheat, al­ways a cheat!’

real life wom­an­iser’s mes­sage to coleen sin­gle ian Mer­rett, 45, is an HGV driver from not­ting­ham. He Cheated on His ex-part­ner twice. Lucy I’d stayed at a mate’s. “I didn’t feel guilty. It would have been easy to blame it on the booze, but the re­al­ity wa

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He says: “My ad­vice to Coleen would be to get out now while she can and be­fore she gets hurt any more. Be­cause once a cheat, al­ways a cheat. I al­ways loved fe­male at­ten­tion. On a night out, I’d come home with a few phone num­bers and would have the odd snog. I didn’t see it as a cheating. I’d been with my girl­friend Lucy for three years when I had sex with some­one else. We’d been happy but my head was turned by one of her mates.

“I took her num­ber and we were tex­ting for a while be­fore we met in a ho­tel. The sex was in­cred­i­ble and I didn’t re­ally feel any guilt. But then a few days later, Lucy went through my phone and found all the texts. She went crazy and I had to beg for for­give­ness. I re­ally didn’t want to split and luck­ily she for­gave me. She said if I ever did it again, we’d be over. I promised I’d be faith­ful and, at the time, I re­ally meant it.

“Six months later, when I was out cel­e­brat­ing my 40th with the lads, I saw a girl I fan­cied at the end of the night. We got chat­ting and I went back to hers. It was just a one-night-stand and I told I might not have cheated. But if a man has an af­fair and he’s for­given, it’s ba­si­cally giv­ing him a green light to do it again. Any sign of weak­ness and we’ll think we’ve got away with it.

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