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TikToker, 27, finds out her long-distance boyfriend was on dating apps after a fan matched with him – Daily Mail

A woman found out her boyfriend was cheating on her after one of her avid TikTok fans matched with him on a dating app.

Meghan Wainwright, 27, from Toronto, Canada, went viral in October, when her TikTok explaining how she met her boyfriend Seth got 1.5million views.

Since then, she has accumulated a following on the platform of 138,000 people. who have kept an eye on their relationship, when she was next visiting him, and any romantic gestures she would share online. 

However she was left horrified when a fan emailed her to explain she had matched with Seth on Hinge, before sharing screenshots of the messages exchanged between them. 

She went on to upload five TikTok videos explaining the situation to her followers, which have accumulated over 1.4million views. 

Meghan Wainwright, 27, from Toronto, found out her boyfriend was cheating on her after one of her avid TikTok fans matched with him on a dating app

Meghan was in bed with her boyfriend during a visit to his hometown of Chicago when she received an email from a stranger.

The email read: ‘Hi… I tried messaging you on Instagram earlier, but I don’t know if you would ever come across it given your following.

‘I’ve been following you on TikTok for quite a while, and I can’t say I wasn’t invested in your relationship. I looked him up, and I remember seeing him on dating sites a while back.

‘When I saw his profile tonight, I thought it was just a mistake. I liked his picture to see if there was any response to it, and there was.

Meghan was sent this screenshot by a fan of her TikTok, after recognizing her boyfriend Seth on the dating app Hinge 

‘I’m really hoping my investigative skills are completely wrong and this isn’t your boyfriend or if it is, I’m hoping this is a mistake somehow.’

The woman also attached a screenshot of his Hinge dating profile and their private chat, as well as a screen recording to ensure her that the picture was not tampered with.

In the screenshot, the anonymous woman asked Meghan’s boyfriend: ‘Aren’t you dating Meghan Wainwright?’

In her first TikTok video explaining the story, Meghan said: ‘I’m like surely this is a mistake, I’m positive that there’s an explanation.

‘I say to him, I’m going to read this email out loud to you, and have you look at the screenshot, I just want you to react to it.

Along with the attached screenshot and a screen recording of his profile, the anonymous woman titled the email: ‘Matching with your boyfriend on Hinge tonight’

After making a 825km journey from Toronto to Chicago, Meghan was heartbroken to find out …….

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-10342299/TikToker-27-finds-long-distance-boyfriend-dating-apps-fan-matched-him.html

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