Jilted fiancee tells of lover's betrayal with neighbour
A SPURNED mother-of-two who has been portrayed as a 'bunny boiler' in the national press has spoken to the Weston & Somerset Mercury. Devastated Christine Hilliard, of Becket Road, Worle, says she feels 'hurt and angry' that the fiance she helped nurse ba
A SPURNED mother-of-two who has been portrayed as a 'bunny boiler' in the national press has spoken to the Weston & Somerset Mercury.Devastated Christine Hilliard, of Becket Road, Worle, says she feels 'hurt and angry' that the fiance she helped nurse back to health after a life-saving heart operation has been having an affair with their neighbour.Two years ago Christine travelled back and forth from a hospital in Cambridge to visit the father of her children, Paul Muldoon. Then the love of her life proposed within hours of waking up from surgery.They were together for eight years and have two children, aged five and two.National newspapers this week said after Christine found out Paul had been cheating with neighbour Jenny Kinch she launched a bitter attack, writing dozens of letters to her neighbours branding her love rival a 'cheap slut'. But this is something she has denied to the Mercury.Nursery worker Christine, aged 28, says that after she found out about the betrayal she changed her status on social networking site Facebook to 'Lying, cheating, two-timing Paul has been seeing a bitch called Jenny Kinch for the last 11 weeks' and her answer phone message to 'I am giving my boys a fantastic time to keep their minds off their dad and Jenny Kinch. Therefore I am unable to take your call right now so leave a message and I will call back. But if you are her or him don't bother'.She also says her friend handed a passer-by a note in the street with Jenny's number on it and told the stranger to phone it if they wanted free sex.Christine, who met Paul, also aged 28, when they both worked at Uropa in Richmond Street, Weston, says she also threw an egg at her 25-year-old neighbour's house and left two lots of Paul's clothes on her front lawn, each with a note.One note said 'You can wash your own body fluids off his clothes' and the other said 'I hope this p****s you off as much as it has me' attached to an exercise bike.Christine, who lived with Paul just 10 houses away from her love rival, said: "I hold my hands up to putting the stuff on the lawn with the notes but I did not type any notes or give them to my neighbours."I was hurt and angry because we have been through so much together."My eldest son went to school with Jenny's. Now I have changed his school so I don't have to see her."I found out about the affair last month. I wouldn't have classed Jenny as a close friend but we did know each other. She would come round for a coffee and a chat. "She even came to my son's birthday party but looking back at the photos they are all of her and Paul. I sold my story to a magazine. I tried getting out of being paid but it was too late."I was approached by lots of newspapers who wanted to pay me but I said no."Paul has carried on being a good dad." The Mercury tried to contact both Jenny Kinch and Paul Muldoon but they declined to comment.