I thought I'd found the perfect man until he completely vanished – I was speechless when his pal revealed why | The SunDecember 23, 2022
A SINGLETON has told how she thought she’d found the love of her life – before she discovered his dark secret.
Christina Kelly quickly fell for the "10 out of 10" Glasgow man, known only as Will, and they even enjoyed a night away at a fancy spa hotel.
But after some amazing dates he ghosted her and she was left wondering what had gone wrong.
In an unexpected twist, one of his pals got in touch to say he was behind bars and wanted to send her letters from jail.
She wasn't put off until he popped up on a telly news report.
And she was horrified when she discovered he was really a big-time hood and not a garage worker like he'd claimed.
Christina, 35, from Fife, said: “I was shocked. He was a full-blown gangster.
“There were guns, grenades, drugs and all sorts. I had no clue what I was getting myself involved with.
“To be fair everything about him was perfect until I found out I could be shot in the head.
“It’s definitely me. I have the worst taste in men without even knowing it.”
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Christina met Will for the first time after he contacted her on Instagram and they began messaging.
They agreed to meet up for a coffee and she was delighted when he appeared to be a perfect gentleman.
Christina said: “He opened the car door for me. I thought he was really nice.
“He was ten out of ten. Tall and big shoulders from Glasgow. I love that accent, I just melt.
“It was going really well and we saw each other quite a few times.”
But then Will vanished and she couldn’t get in touch with him.
His friend sent her a message and said he’d been locked up and asked for her address so Will could write to her.
She was mortified when he started putting love notes including “they can lock the locks but they can’t stop the clocks” outside the envelope for everyone to see.
Christina said: “There were love hearts on the corner.
“My postman is a family friend. He was probably wondering what was going on.
“It was proper jail mail. It even had Scottish Prison Service at the top.”
But Christina admitted that he had nice handwriting and the pair swapped letters for about a month.
Things came to an abrupt halt, however, after she discovered what he was really inside for.
And then issues that she hadn’t really picked up on before became obvious red flags.
She said: “He was sending pictures of himself lying on a sunbed with trainers on. Why have you got your trainers on?
“When we got to the hotel he looked out the window to see how high it was for him to jump. Why?
“All because he knew he was going to get caught at some point. I was completely oblivious to what was going on.”
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Christina was worried about what she was getting herself mixed up in so broke things off.
She said: “I ended things for my own safety. Thankfully I was fine and nothing happened to me. I can definitely pick them.”
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