A man who used the ‘Find My iPhone’ to find a missing device accidentally found his wife having sex with her boss. Sadly for him, his pain doesn’t stop there as he faces up to 15 years in prison for snooping on his wife.
It all started earlier in the day on April 15th last year when Sean Donis’ then wife, Nancy, asked her husband to watch their son, now five, so she could go to dinner with friends in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
A Shocking Discovery
However, when the 37 year old noticed the boy’s iPad was missing, he located it using the ‘Find My Iphone’ app. It was then the software showed the device travelling toward Rockland. This raised suspicions that his wife was up to no good with her boss.
Suspecting she was having an affair, Donis went to Albert Lopez’s house and entered through the unlocked front door. He then proceeded to film his wife and Lopez in bed as he confronted them.
There were two videos. The first lasts seven seconds and shows Nancy having sex with Lopez in the master bedroom. Nancy hops off her lover and Sean drops his phone in shock.
The next video, 35 seconds long, shows Nancy and Lopez covering up as Sean verbally attacks his wife.
He is heard saying: “All on video! All on video! . . . I can’t believe you, Nancy. I can’t believe you.
“Stop. Please, stop. Stop. OK, I get it. I get it. Stop” she replies.
Lopez angrily orders the husband out of his house before Sean says, “don’t worry, I’m leaving,” and the video ends.
Nancy, 38, subsequently filed for divorce and her six-year marriage was ended in February.
That wasn’t the end of it for Sean though. On July 20th, he got letter informing him a Rockland grand jury had indicted him on charges of felony burglary and unlawful surveillance.
He pleaded not guilty last month and will be back in court on September 20th. Obviously he isn’t very happy.
Speaking to the New York Post, he stated “I feel like it’s unjust what they’re doing to me.
“It’s like I’m being punished twice.”
Defence lawyer Howard Greenberg doesn’t think there is any chance there will be a conviction.
He said: “He commits a trespass that in a sane jurisdiction is a violation and not a crime, and he uncovers the greater evil of his wife screwing some stranger.
“No jury is going to convict this man of anything, let alone a felony.”
Should He Be Locked Up?
I have to say, the wife and her fella have some balls on her complaining about him filming her shagging around. He didn’t make video public before the charges were brought, or even after (he has only shown them to selected members of the press). Yet, they have gone to the police, and a grand jury has decided it should go to court.
There seems something quite abhorrent about him getting locked up for years for having the audacity to bust his wife for cheating.
But then again, I may be wrong. Should she have had the right to privacy? You can answer in the poll below.