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TikToker Ghosted By Boyfriend Who 'Faked His Own Death'

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TikToker Ghosted By Boyfriend Who 'Faked His Own Death'

A TikToker has told followers about the time she was ghosted by a guy she'd been seeing for two years. She explains in the clip below:

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I think we can all agree ghosting is a really s****y thing to do to someone, so all you can do is feel for the woman in question.

The TikToker, called Kathryn, explained that a guy she was seeing for two years (yes, two years) suddenly stopped replying to her calls and texts after telling her he had tested positive for the coronavirus.

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She captioned her video: "The irony of being ghosted by someone faking their death is just *chef's kiss*."

Credit: TikTok/kathrynverb
Credit: TikTok/kathrynverb

Explaining what happened, Kathryn said: "I was with a man for two years and I thought I was going to marry him, have his babies and spend the rest of our lives together.

"But then Covid hit and he unfortunately told me that he thought he had it. He said he was thinking about going to the hospital because he felt so bad but then miraculously he was starting to feel better.

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"It was that same day he told me he was feeling better, that I never heard from him ever again. He suddenly stopped responding to all my calls, all my texts. A week later his phone went right to voicemail."

This caused Kathryn to 'freak out' and she started calling all the hospitals to check on her fella's whereabouts - with no luck. This is where things got worse...

Credit: TikTok/kathrynverb
Credit: TikTok/kathrynverb

She continued: "I called the police and filed a missing person's report, and you know what they told me? They told me my boyfriend did not exist.

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"So not only did my boyfriend ghost me by faking his own death, he also had lied to me for two years about his real identity."

Ouch.

Kathryn's video has since been watched by 1.7 million people and has gained over 260,000 likes and more than 6,500 comments.

Credit: TikTok/kathrynverb
Credit: TikTok/kathrynverb
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Someone commented with a guess as to what had happened, saying: "100 percent chance he was married. Then had to work from home."

Another wrote: "Wow I'm so sorry. You did nothing wrong & some people are just criminals or evil. I'm sure it hurt & WE ARE ALL INVESTED! You dodged a bullet."

A third simply said: "COVID SAVED YOU! Sounds like a creep! Good riddance."

Kathryn thanked people for their kind words and added: "This is why boundaries and knowing your worth is a MUST!! Please learn from my mistakes."

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Preach it, girl.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/kathrynverb

Topics: Viral, Community, tiktok

Rebecca Shepherd
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