Serial love rat caught out by accidentally phoning his fiancee while having sex with an escort

A serial love rat having sex with an escort was caught out when he accidentally phoned his fiancee during his session.

Groaning and grunting down the line, Ty Smith, 35, did not realise girlfriend Vikkie Kenward had her ear glued to the receiver.

Vikkie, 30, then went through his phone records and found her once-soulmate had been regularly visiting escorts.

The bonking builder was paying up to £130 for his sleazy one-night stands – more than the £120 he had forked out for Vikkie’s engagement ring.

She said when she confronted him he claimed he had only visited one hooker for a “happy ending” after a massage.

Vikkie said: “He tried to play dumb and eventually said he was at the escort’s house on a job, doing some guttering”

Vikkie, from Shamley Green in Surrey, said: “I literally heard my fiance cheat on me.

“When I found out I was absolutely reeling.

“I felt anger and sadness.

“My heart was melting but at the same time I was going red in the face.”

The couple first met in September 2013 when they both worked on a building site and Vikkie thought he was “gorgeous”.

He proposed and the couple began planning their wedding and even discussed having children.

But something held Vikkie back from making the commitment and in early 2017 she began to suspect he was cheating on her.

She said: “He was constantly on his phone and he wouldn’t let me see it.

“Some nights he would be gone for hours with no explanation of where he had been.

“I think it was my woman’s intuition telling me that something wasn’t right.”

Vikkie said: “I said: ‘I’m sure there was some guttering involved but I don’t think it was any job”

Then one night Vikkie answered a late night phone call from Smith expecting to hear him gushing about their upcoming wedding – only to hear him having sex.

Distraught Vikkie logged on to view his bill online and saw numbers she didn’t recognise which she later discovered were listed as escorts.

“After hearing him have sex on the phone, I wanted to have the full facts before approaching him,” she said.

“I logged in and saw a bunch of numbers I didn’t know.

“He was calling them every so often, he must have been gagging for it – the calls were over and over again.

“I asked him innocently, ‘Who’s Amy in Bracknell?'”

Vikkie, from Shamley Green in Surrey, said: “I literally heard my fiance cheat on me”

“He tried to play dumb and eventually said he was at the escort’s house on a job, doing some guttering.

“I said: ‘I’m sure there was some guttering involved but I don’t think it was any job.”

“He eventually insisted that he had just had a massage with a happy ending but finally he admitted to sleeping with her.

“He kept telling me that it was better he was cheating with escorts because it meant there was no feelings, just sex.”

She added: “Being a woman, I couldn’t help but think: ‘Is it me? Am I not doing something right?’

“I begged him for a reason but he could never give me one.”

To make matters worse Vikkie realised that Smith was spending more on sex with escorts than the £120 he paid for her princess cut engagement ring in October 2014.

Smith said: “I’ve said sorry to her lots of times”

She fumed: “He was paying these women £130 for an hour of sex – which is more than he paid for the ring which is supposed to signify a lifetime.”

Vikkie said Smith begged to continue their relationship but she told him it was over – and was later relieved to learn she had no STIs after visiting a sexual health clinic.

She is now determined to put her heartbreak behind her and she has joined Plenty Of Fish.

She said: “I’m after a manly man – who doesn’t enjoy paying for sex.”

Smith, of Bracknell, Berks., said: “I don’t have anything to say to Vikkie.

“I’ve said sorry to her lots of times. Of course I regret seeing escorts because I lost my relationship over it.

“I don’t know how many I saw – maybe two or three.”

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