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A mum who was ordered to pay her cheating husband an 774,000 (£5,800) divorce settlement received a helping hand from her bank to play one last trick on her ex.



Brandi Lee filed for divorce after allegedly discovering her husband had been having an affair with a family friend who had attended their wedding and watched them exchange vows.

In a post on Facebook, the mum-of-two from America wrote: "So a man that I was married to, bless his heart, decided to do me the biggest favour of my life and slept with his own FRIEND’S wife.

"The woman who attended my WEDDING and watched me hold hands and look into the eyes of the man I loved and promise him my forever all while knowing damn well they were sleeping together!

"Well I busted 'em and that led us into divorce court, and for some god awful reason, I was ordered to pay HIM 774, 000.

"It is what it is and now I have to pay him. Court’s order. So I’m paying him!

"The court order, and I quote, says I have to pay him 'the sum of 774, 000’. That’s it. It does not say how."


She came up with a genius way to pay him the divorce settlement.Noticing she could pay the sum by any means she wished, Brandi went to her local bank to explain her plan to pay her cheating ex entirely in coins.

After telling staff the whole story, she said the 'beautiful little ladies' were more than happy to assist her in turning the settlement into ten-cent coins, as well as supporting her with a payment plan.

Ten huge boxes of coins weighing roughly 160kg were then sent to her husband to deal with.

She gave him 774, 000 in coins. People loved her 'genius' move, with one commenting: "I wish we could see his reaction lol, good for you!"

It's not the first time a split couple have used divorce proceedings to get back at one another after a man was ordered to pay his ex-wife 19 million in compensation for the 27 years of their marriage she had spent doing the housework and raising their children.

The woman, now in her 70s, had gained an economics degree but gave up her career after tying the knot to become a housewife.
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