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Woman gets revenge on ‘cheating ex’ using a lot of glitter: ‘It’ll haunt him for years’


‘At first, I thought I’d be grown up and the bigger person, but after I’d done it I felt so proud’ (Picture:Kennedy News and Media)

A woman who caught her ex of three years ‘messaging other women’ at Christmas time has taken simple but very effective revenge.

Using a £15 gift voucher, Jade Butters bought dozens of tubes of coloured glitter that she sprinkled all over her ex-boyfriend’s home and belongings.

The 23-year-old filmed herself doing the deed last month after she claims to have found messages and photos to other girls on his Apple Watch.

In the clip, you can see the nursery nurse pouring glitter into everything from washing up liquid, shoes, drying laundry, a money jar, a bottle of lube and a model engine.

And she didn’t stop there – Jade even filled his socks, clothing pockets and toothpaste with sparkles.

Jade, from Durham, County Durham, said: ‘We got a £15 Amazon voucher from work for Christmas.

‘I spent the entire voucher on 82 tubes of glitter. I know how glitter can get really annoying, and I just thought it’d be a really good idea to spread it around his house.

‘So in the end work gave me the gift of revenge for Christmas.

‘At first, I thought I’d be grown up and the bigger person, but after I’d done it I felt so proud. I can’t stop smiling when I think about it.

‘I didn’t want to do anything that would be criminal damage or that would hurt someone’s feelings, it’s just a harmless prank.’

Jade poured £15 worth of glitter all over her ex’s possessions (Picture: Kennedy News and Media)

She took the opportunity to exact her revenge while she was collecting her belongings from his place while he was at work.

Jade said: ‘I still had a key, so we agreed that I’d go and collect my stuff while he was at work, so I used it as my opportunity to do it.

‘I put it in the washing up liquid, washing powder at the top of his toothpaste so when he goes to brush his teeth it all falls out, in the drawer of the washing machine and in all his pockets.

‘I thought about putting it in the toilet system. I put it in his bedding, so it’ll fall out when he strips the bed. It’ll be haunting him for years.

‘When I left, the house looked like it hadn’t been touched, so he wouldn’t have noticed at first, but he will when he goes to do a wash or brush his teeth.’

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Jade claims to have found messages to other women on her boyfriend’s Apple Watch in December. As soon as she confronted him, her now-ex confessed and she broke up with him on the spot.

‘The first couple of years were really nice and light-hearted,’ Jade said. ‘It was a good relationship, we’d do things together and were really lovey-dovey.

‘A couple of weeks before Christmas, I was on his Apple Watch looking for games because I was thinking of getting one and some messages popped up, but I thought they were just from a game server.

‘It was playing on my mind so I went back to check and I saw he’d been messaging other girls and sending photos.

‘I just said: “I’m calling it quits and leaving”. I wasn’t putting up with it.

‘I was disgusted and devastated, I just couldn’t understand why he’d do that.

‘It was just before Christmas and we were ready to start a new year, and then I found that.’

After sharing the video of her glitter frenzy on TikTok, others have commented saying they’ve been inspired.

Jade says the last she heard of her ex was when he messaged about the prank weeks later.

Jade said: ‘He messaged saying he loves a bit of glitter, but then he called it a “c*** move”.

‘I think the “c*** move” is messaging other girls. I haven’t heard much from him since.

‘A lot of people [in my work group chat] have been saying how evil it is, and a few girls have said they’re going to do it.’

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