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By A Current Affair Staff. Tweet Facebook Mail. There was a cake, a beautiful gown and excited guests, but Karen Whitehead now believes her wedding was a sham after discovering her former partner was cheating on her with up to eight women at the same time. Ms Whitehead believes there was one thing on her husband's mind from the minute they met until they broke up: becoming an Australian permanent resident.
Prior to their wedding, which she paid for, Ms Whitehead had paid for six overseas trips for Martin Whitehead so that he could renew his visitor visa, and also purchased him a boat. But just weeks after exchanging vows, Mr Whitehead was living like a single man. He told me that he was married, but he was only here for the permanent resident's visa," Miss Kearns told A Current Affair.
He told Miss Kearns that he wanted to start a new life with her, but his wife was suicidal and he didn't want to jeopardise his visa. But Miss Kearns soon became suspicious that she wasn't the only other woman in Mr Whitehead's life. A Current Affair can confirm the serial cheater was in relationships with up to nine women at the same time.
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Scorned bride seeking to have husband's permanent residency revoked