Jennifer Judd Denver, Colorado Colorado

My husband and I ran a horse training business and Jennifer came to us as a client. She needed some help with her mare and some lessons to work on her pathetic riding abilities. (At the time her boyfriend was a single dad…now I’m not so sure he was single…) I had counted Jennifer among my friends. We went to work cattle on horseback together and had a few lunch dates. Over time she decided that my husband was a”great trainer” and just needed a good horse. So, they started shopping. This is usual behavior in the horse industry and I didn’t think much of it. Clients buy horses for their trainers to show all the time. || Meanwhile, I had a job opportunity come up in Arizona. When I was unhappy in my current job my husband encouraged me to send out my resume and encouraged me to take the job I was offered out of state. He said it was a once in a lifetime opportunity and we would make it work, even though it meant he would have to be a single dad for a

My husband and I ran a horse training business and Jennifer came to us as a client. She needed some help with her mare and some lessons to work on her pathetic riding abilities. (At the time her boyfriend was a single dad…now I’m not so sure he was single…) I had counted Jennifer among my friends. We went to work cattle on horseback together and had a few lunch dates. Over time she decided that my husband was a”great trainer” and just needed a good horse. So, they started shopping. This is usual behavior in the horse industry and I didn’t think much of it. Clients buy horses for their trainers to show all the time. || Meanwhile, I had a job opportunity come up in Arizona. When I was unhappy in my current job my husband encouraged me to send out my resume and encouraged me to take the job I was offered out of state. He said it was a once in a lifetime opportunity and we would make it work, even though it meant he would have to be a single dad for a month or two until he came down…Even Jennifer was on board with the move, the new horse would go to Arizona and she could just drive instead of fly to work. || Anyways, once I was in Arizona they found and purchased a horse. Jennifer spent $31,500 on this horse. My husband started to waffle on coming down and my suspicions were raised. I offered to come back and was told it was o.k., I didn’t need to, we’d figure it out. || In August he told me he was going to divorce me and that he’d sent me to Arizona”to get rid of me”. I was e-mailed an asset/debt division excel document that, when I went to edit it, had her name listed as the author. || Since then I have learned that they were having an affair. They started sleeping together the end of June/early July (as far as I know). Jennifer had essentially been living with him in my absence and trotting around with my kids as though they were her own. (We have a 4 year old and an 18 month old) *vomit* Have some discretion, show some judgment! She’s also been sending me e-mails in his name, replying to my e-mails for him. I’m not talking to her, this does not concern her! || His business was struggling and she was paying for rent, bills, food and is PAYING FOR HIS DIVORCE LAWYER! || Anyways, karma caught up with him and he was evicted from the barn he was working out of and also the house he was living in. Apparently he lacked the balls to deal with the landlord and she did all the negotiating and legwork, fighting the battle for him. He has now moved into her small Denver apartment and expects to be able to have the kids come stay there! || How many red flags does a bitch need? Cheats on his wife with you. Leaves his wife for you. Has no money. You pay for EVERYTHING. Gets evicted from his place of business and his home for sub-par business practices, you fight his battles for him…seriously!

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