The world of dating for millennials is peppered with the rush of a new romance, sadness of breakups, and even the occasional cat-fisher. However, few things hurt as much as being ghosted by your crush. A woman recently opened up about how her boyfriend of two years ghosted her and that she was later told by local authorities that he does not exist.
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.”
However, it was from the same day he told her he was feeling better that she never heard from him again, reports TNN. “He suddenly stopped responding to all my calls, all my texts. A week later his phone went right to voicemail,” she laments.
She narrated her ordeal in a video and penned a caption claiming he ‘faked his death’. Take a look:
Obviously distraught, she started calling local hospitals to find out if he was a patient there, but it was in vain. She then went to the cops to file a missing person’s report.
“And you know what they told me? They told me my boyfriend did not exist. 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,” she said.
Well, the end of a relationship can be heartbreaking, but the abrupt disappearance of your soul mate is probably profoundly disconcerting. Have you ever experienced something similar?