One day, Ms Taylor, 28, found Mr Pollard at the computer watching his avatar having sex with a prostitute in Second Life.
"I went mad, I was so hurt. I just couldn't believe what he'd done. I looked at the computer screen and could see his character with a female character. It's cheating as far as I'm concerned. But he didn't see it as a problem, and couldn't see why I was so upset," she said.
Using the virtual world's own special currency, she hired an online private detective to investigate his adultery. However, back in their real lives, the Pollards managed to patch things up.
Then in April this year Ms Taylor caught her husband's avatar in another compromising position.
She claims he was having "cybersex" with a female player in the US.
via David Pollard’s Second Life affair leads to divorce from Amy Taylor | NEWS.com.au
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Facebook is not the only relasionship breaker. My second husband was having cybersex on yahoo messanger as well as with several hook ups he gained through on line datting sites. I would have never known about it if had not been for several of my friends. They got him chatting, then exchanging dirty talk, then he offered to jack off on camera for them. They sent me all of the chat dialog and also a copy of the video from his cam. I also found out he was camming with several other women three days after he asked me to marry him. The final dreaking point was when I myself caught him doing his thing with 4 other women. I also know the MSN chat is just as bad too.