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Brit bins wife and runs away with Ukrainian refugee just 10 days after she moved in - - Britain - Ukraine - Russia - county Bradford - city Sofia
Brit bins wife and runs away with Ukrainian refugee just 10 days after she moved in
Russian invasion of Ukraine.Tony Ganett, 29, left his partner Lorona, 28, after falling in love with Sofia Karkadym, who had moved in with the couple just ten days earlier.Security guard Sofia initially signed up for the UK government's scheme to help rehome people fleeing Ukraine, but became frustrated by the convoluted process and reached out for help on social media, the Mirror reports.Tony from Bradford in West Yorkshire offered to become Sofia's sponsor in the UK.But just ten days after she moved in the pair ended up absconding to start a new life together.He told The Sun : “It began with a simple desire from me to do the right thing and put a roof over the head of someone in need, a man or woman.“It came to a head last Saturday when she really went for Sofiia, yelling at her, using some harsh language that left her in tears. She said she didn’t feel she could stay under our roof any more and something inside me clicked.“We’re sorry for the pain we’ve caused but I’ve discovered a connection with Sofiia like I’ve never had before.”Sofiia, 22, added “these things happen”.Tony’s now ex-partner Lorna became frustrated at the immediate bond he had with Sofiia.The pair would go to the gym together and sit for hours talking in a car park.Eventually things came to a head and she ordered their guest to leave, but was stunned when Tony announced he was leaving too, with the pair shacking up at his parents’ home.They are now in the process of finding a new home together.
Tiktok - 'I put my husband before my kids and every married couple should do the same' - - county Jay - city Sofia
'I put my husband before my kids and every married couple should do the same'
marriage as their number one priority – rather than their children.Sofia and her husband Jay believe a strong foundation between a couple has a direct effect on the kids, so think fulfilling each other's needs is more important.But their opinion caused a stir on TikTok when they openly talked about the issue.Sofia says: "Mums I know why you had that reaction is because every mum has this instinct to take care of their baby right?"We love our kids – we have a son and a daughter – we were not saying not to prioritise your children."I’m going to double down on this though mums."Our society tells you that husbands are disposable and by your comments I know you think that too and I’m going to challenge you on that."Jay then further explains: "You’re wrong if you think your kids come before your marriage because when you have a strong foundation, your chances of having happy, healthy, well adjusted kids goes up exponentially."Some parents quickly fired back and said children are irreplaceable."You can get a divorce in a marriage but you can't abandon your kids," one argued.For more stories from the Daily Star, sign up to one of our newsletters here.A second added: "No, spouses are disposable, children are not. "My ex husband took second place to my daughter, probably that's why we divorced but I don't care."But others agreed with Sofia and Jay, with a woman commenting: "Happy marriage makes everything fall in place.""Your kids will leave you one day, your husbands is your mate for life," another commented ."This generation will be lonely when they are 80 years old."A third added: "If you don't take care of your marriage, you can't take care of your kids.