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Man’s fury as mum tries to split him and girlfriend up – because she’s his sister

The man, 20, has known his girlfriend since they were children and they have been dating for six years.

A student has hit out at his mum for trying to split him up from his long-term girlfriend – because she’s now also his step-sister.

The 20-year-old has known his girlfriend since they were kids and they were high school sweethearts after starting to date at 14.

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His mum and her dad, who are both divorced, started dating despite them both desperately pleading with them not to because they thought it was weird.

The man claims everything was fine when their parents were just dating, but says everything changed when they got married and they all moved in together. He even believes they are now trying to split them up.

 

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