Woman Finds Out Her Fiancé Is Super-Rich Even After He Refused To Pay For Dying Dog’s Vet Bill

When you start getting into a serious relationship with someone, there are certain things that you discuss, like your plans for the future, what you want from life, how important family is to you, and finances—especially when you make the decision to move in together.

But what do you do if you find out that the person you’re with, the person you’re engaged to, has been lying to you about their financial situation in a way that has cost you in more ways than one?

Recently, A Woman Posted A Story On Reddit About Her Boyfriend

woman explaining that she finds out her fiance is married
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Photo Credit: Reddit / ThrowRA_-9

She said that she had recently had a troubling conversation with her boyfriend, now fiancé, about signing a prenup before they got married. This was surprising to her, considering she’d been supporting them financially for quite some time.

Apparently He “Never Said He Was Broke”

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Photo Credit: Reddit / ThrowRA_-9

She had been paying for him to live his life so that he could follow his dreams of becoming a writer. Meanwhile, she’s struggling because paying for two people is a lot on one person’s salary…and they had recently had a huge number of vet bills accumulate because of a sick dog.

She Was Upset To Learn That He Was Actually Quite Wealthy

woman telling story about finding out her fiance is rich
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Photo Credit: Reddit / ThrowRA_-9

All this time, he could have been helping her pay for their living expenses, and he could have helped pay the vet bills for the dog they both loved so much. And maybe the biggest issue of all is that he hid this huge thing from her for four years!

It’s Disturbing To Know You’ve Struggled When You Didn’t Have To

woman telling story about finding out her fiance is rich
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Photo Credit: Reddit / ThrowRA_-9

She said that she’s really upset that she had to work two jobs and crazy hours to support them when he could have, at the very least, paid for his half of their bills.

They Did Discuss It

woman says they discussed finances
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Photo Credit: Reddit / ThrowRA_-9

In the original thread, which has now been taken down, there were a lot of people who were asking if it was something that they specifically talked about. She said that it was, and he had knowingly let her believe he had no money.

The Post Also Made Its Way To Twitter

Tweet: See this is why you don't entertain dusties. He may have been rich still but had a dusty mentality. He was gonna have her pinching pennies for the rest of her life to prove she's not a gold digger?
Photo Credit: Twitter / @its_daqueen
Photo Credit: Twitter / @its_daqueen

As you can imagine, people on Twitter had lots of opinions, but they were a lot more divided than you might think. There were people who were mad on her behalf, saying that after four years, she shouldn’t have to prove she’s not a gold digger.

Others Pointed Out They Have Bigger Issues

Tweet: I feel it but nah, already starting off the marriage with a LIE? Can't do it
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Photo Credit: Twitter / @thePoWer_RangeR

It goes without saying that starting out your marriage with a lie that big is a huge red flag. Is the relationship going to be salvageable after they had to go through this? Would there ever be trust again?

Some Said It Wasn’t That Big A Deal

Tweet: She paid for everything because she wanted to. His money is his business and he doesn't have to spend it or tell anyone about it. She is selfish and I would leaver her.
Photo Credit: Twitter / @glacier_sama
Photo Credit: Twitter / @glacier_sama

She paid for everything because she wanted to support him, should it matter that he had money? Some even went so far as to say she was selfish to be expecting money from him.

Was It Especially Bad Because He Was A Man?

Tweet: I wonder if the roles were reversed if there would be such outrage or if he would even have a platform to be listened to. Or would we call him simp and should've known better? Just wondering.
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Photo Credit: Twitter / @jerome_brighton

There were some people on Twitter who were pointing out that if it had been the other way around and it was her who had all the secret money, people not be so mad.

The Bottom Line Is It Upset Her

Tweet: This MF made her labor to save their dog when it was nothing to him. That's a sociopath.
Photo Credit: Twitter / @Wicked_Vixen
Photo Credit: Twitter / @Wicked_Vixen

He could see that she was struggling to pay their bills and save their dog, who she had to sell her dead mother’s violin to save. It wasn’t a nice thing to do, no matter how you look at it.