‘Toxic’ ex sent girlfriend 12 rules for nights out before cheating on her


A woman has revealed that she was given a set of rules by her controlling ex-boyfriend including ‘don’t dance like a slag in reflex’.

Zoe Scholefield, from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, was given the rules telling her that if any other men approached her she had to tell them she had a boyfriend.

But despite his insistence on controlling her and preventing her from speaking to other men it turned out that he was the one who was cheating.

She posted a picture of the rules that she said were imposed on her.

He said: 1) Don’t dance like a slag like in Reflex.

2) Don’t get too drunk.

3) No boys and if anyone comes up to you and talks to you, you tell them you have a boyfriend.

4) Look after your drink at all time to make sure no one puts owt in it.’

The message then goes on to detail who she can and can’t ‘stick with’ and insists no one apart from her and her three friends can stay in the same room as her.

He goes on: 8) You let me know everything that happens and be ready to explain stories.

9) Always send me photos of front and back of what you are wearing so I can approve and say whether or not I think you should wear it.

10) Even when I’m asleep text me to tell me things so I can see in the morning.

11) If you find the time call me or ft [Face Time] me, but let me know in advance.

12) If you can, [I] want a video of room before you sleep to prove no one else is there and you are off to sleep.’

Her ex was described as ‘toxic’ and ‘dangerous’ by people who saw the tweet.

Lee Hallas said: ‘Your ex needs to attend a mental health hospital.’

Mike P Williams said: ‘Wow your ex sounds like the most toxic, dangerous, sociopath alive.’

One user linked her ex’s behaviour to paranoia spurred on by his own infidelity.

@Pinky4367 commented: ‘It’s paranoia. He thinks you’re going to do what he did to you, so he tries to control you. Used to have a mate that did that to his ex.’

Another user warned anyone who received a similar list to show their jealous partner the door.

Ashley Nivens said: ‘Don’t know who needs to hear this, but if your partner lists even one of those things then you should show them the door. Control
isn’t affection or love.’


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