A disgruntled husband documented his efforts to expose his wife, who had set up a secret OnlyFans account and was waiting for their “date” at a hotel.
The man in the video, whose face viewers never see, pulls up to a Comfort Inn in a Lincoln vehicle and says, “I don’t even know what to do right now. That’s crazy.’
“My wife of four is staying at this hotel right now and she has no idea I’m out here.”
“The thing is, she’s been with OnlyFans for a while now. I did not know it. I had no idea she was doing that,” he continues.
A man walks into a hotel room where his wife, who has set up a secret OnlyFans page, is waiting to meet another man
OnlyFans is an internet content subscription service primarily used by sex workers who produce various types of pornography, although it also hosts the work of other types of content creators.
“The reason I found this out (via the OnlyFans) is because my homie… came over to my wife’s side,” says the man.
As he gets out of the car and enters the hotel, the man says he created a fake OnlyFans account for himself, calling himself D Rock.
Viewers then see big, bright red sneakers striding through the hotel lobby and onto the elevator.
“I’ve been talking to her on OnlyFans for a week…she thinks she’s dating a guy called D Rock, and it’s me all the time.
“She’s been hiding about having an OnlyFans all along,” he said, adding that his wife often told him she had to be out for “business meetings” and girlfriend get-togethers.
“I’m not worried,” he says of what his wife told him about their plans.
He makes it upstairs, exits the elevators, and says, “She gave me a room number and everything. Here we go.’
As he walks down the hall to the room, he becomes audibly more nervous about the imminent encounter.
“It doesn’t make sense,” he says as he knocks on the door.
Then a woman is heard coming to the door.
Suddenly the woman’s blurred head is visible behind the door and the stencil is up.
She immediately tries to slam her husband’s door and shouts: “No!”.
But he invades the room when she calls out, “What are you doing here?”
The man portrays his wife in the video as a scammer who plans to meet a man she believes is not her husband
Realizing it’s over, the woman in the video breaks down and tries to explain herself, though her husband won’t listen
When the wife realizes that the man she’s been chatting with online all week is actually her husband, she breaks down and sobs on the bed
The woman, who appears to be wearing a skimpy one-piece suit with printed dollar bills and heels, initially tries to deny that she plans to meet men on OnlyFans.
She breaks down when she realizes her husband is D Rock and she’s been talking to him on the app’s chat messenger all week.
The interaction then degenerates largely into a profanity-laden back-and-forth, during which the distraught and angry husband asks her how she can do it, saying, “You come home and lie in bed with me and act like you are everything so normal.’
At one point, she mentions “the mortgage,” implying that she created the profile to pay the bills.
“I don’t care about no mortgage. I’m not trying not to hear those excuses,’ he said. “There is nothing to explain.”
She vowed that she “just danced” for the people she would date. ‘I’m not doing anything.’
The woman, whom the man once referred to as Katrina in the video, sprawls on the bed in the hotel room and sobs into a pink bathrobe as she tries to hide from the camera.
The man says she hasn’t been shy online, so now she doesn’t need to hide her face.
She continues to try to explain herself when the man says, “That’s what I didn’t want to marry,” adding that she should “come home and get the shit.”
She tells him she loves him. He replies, “You don’t love me.”
“Baby, we have kids,” she says as he leaves the room.
“I don’t even know if these kids are mine,” he says.