Woman who suspects boyfriend fancies mum finds out horrible truth

A woman who suspected her randy boyfriend fancied her mum is reeling after he agreed to have sex with her in an online sting.

The daughter, known as Ashley from New York, tested the faithfulness of her partner Zack in the latest episode of To Catch A Cheater, which is broadcast on YouTube.

She arranged for the programme's team to secretly film her youthful-looking mum to come on to her boyfriend by offering a saucy romp.

The episode shows her flirting with the student in a park and telling him she has a younger lover and wants to sleep with Zack so she knows what a toyboy would like.

Wearing a short denim dress, she purrs at Zack: “I need some experience being with somebody your age so then I know how to f*** my boyfriend.


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He excitedly replies: “If you’re down, I guess I don’t see why not.”

So tells him: “It’s going to be good for you too.”

Shocked Ashley is shown grimacing as she watches them chat on a laptop calling Zack “weird and creepy”.

Zack is seen slapping Ashley's mum on her bum and quips: “Okay, I guess I’m gonna learn something new.”


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A different piece of footage shows Zack going to Ashley's mum to have sex and kissing her on the slips as she opens the door.

She asked him if he was excited at the thought of no-strings attached session and he replied: “Obviously.”

However Zack's excitement turns to horror when the channel's team reveals themselves and he realises he's been rumbled.

The compelling video has been viewed more than 83,000 times with people siding with Zack.

One person commented: “No normal person would say ‘no’. Just sayin..”

While another added: “I mean..can y’all blame him?”

Others were more cynical saying they believe the entire episode was staged.

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