Newly Married, But Discovered... :(
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|Thu, 11-08-2012 - 1:03pm|
Don't know that I selected the right topic for my question as I don't feel I am having relationship problems, but here is my situation. I got married 3 weeks ago and while on my honeymoon, I discovered a fake email address on my husband's computer's login in. His password for this email was already there so I logged on. I found about 5 unopened email messages from "Horneymatches.com" that appeared to have been received that day (or maybe the day before). I then went into his sent messages and also found emails he sent to a woman (Leigh Ann) who he appeared to have dated at one time. These emails were sent 2 years before we even met with the most recent being sent 6 months before we met. Nothing since. I had to quickly log off so I wasn't able to get any more information.
I asked him about what I found and he acted like he had no idea what I was talking about and said that the Horneymatches emails are just spam emails. (I know they are not - they are replies to a profile.) What bothers me is: 1) that he would join a perverted sex hook up site and that the emails seem recent; and 2) I know he cheated on his ex wife and the other emails I saw to Leigh Ann were during a timeframe when he was living with someone.
Our relationship has been great and up until this, I have never had reason to question anything. His cell phone is unlocked and I've never noticed anything weird about calls or texts and he offered to give me his Facebook password, but I didn't want it. I'm scared and can't get this out of my head. I joined Horneymatches.com under an alias and tried to snoop around but couldn't find anything, but he has told me that he would meet people online living in other states when he was in the single scene. I have received a couple of emails from Horneymatches.com and they look exactly the same as the emails I saw on his computer so I know they are responses to a profile. Any suggestions?? Should I confront him again or leave what could be the "past" in the past?