The ex-wife of the real Wolf of Wall Street - who is not actually Margot Robbie - has opened up on the common ‘red flag’ that suggests your partner might be cheating. Watch below:
Seriously though, we can all agree that cheating on the person you supposedly love is a no no.
But why does it happen so often?
Offering an explanation, along with what to look out for, is Jordan Belfort's ex-wife, Dr Nadine Macaluso.
Macaluso, 55, was the stock-broker's second wife, with the pair being married from 1991 to 2005.
The London-born relationship expert now spends most of her time helping 'women leave abusive relationships'.
With over 300k followers on TikTok, the psychologist, writer and model has warned women on the common 'red flag' they should look out for - to spot if their partner is a cheat.
"Hi guys, I am so excited to share this 'red flag' with you that indicates that your partner could be cheating," she said in a recent video.
"Let me explain. Do you notice that your partner gets mad and says 'you're dressing too sexy, don't dress like that'?
"Or you say, 'hey, I'm gonna go away for girls weekend,' and they get furious. Or you just want to go on a dinner date with your girlfriends.
"Again, they get possessive and extraordinarily jealous. That's a red flag that they're cheaters.
"Let me explain why. The first reason is that they just think everybody's like them and cheating on them.
"But you're not. The second reason is no trying to deflect from their own cheating behaviour.
"So if you see this red flag of possessiveness and jealousy, run like hell."
Viewers were stunned by Dr Macaluso's video, with one person commenting: "Wish I’d had this advice 17 years ago."
Another wrote: "Boy you are so right! I’ve gone through this exact scenario in the past."
"From my experiences in my area of life, loyalty, love and consideration is a thing if the past," a third added.
Others were grateful to not be in that situation, writing: "I have none of these problems at all… thank you god!"
Another 'red flag' people should look out for is 'extreme jealousy', as Macaluso explains: "Jealousy from a partner can often be experienced as a feeling of 'he must love me so much that is why he is jealous', not so.
"All consuming jealousy usually means that underneath he feels insecure and lacks self-worth."Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@drnaelmft / Universal