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Her Fiancé Flaunted His Wealth In Front Of Their Friends And Claimed She Wouldn’t Have Nice Things Without Him, So She Said She Didn’t Need Him Or His Money

Parfenova - stock.adobe.com - illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

This woman and her fiancé have been in a relationship for eight years. Her fiancé’s father started his own company 18 years ago.

Sadly, his father passed away two years ago, and her fiancé inherited the company. Since then, he’s become incredibly rich.

However, when she and her fiancé first started dating, he was financially unstable, unemployed, suffering from depression, and lived in his sister’s basement.

On the other hand, she had a full-time job and purchased a two-bedroom house four years ago but didn’t care whether her fiancé was rich. She has never been concerned with money, but her fiancé always has been.

She doesn’t usually purchase anything for herself while out shopping, but she purchases gifts for her fiancé.

Expensive, luxury items have never been interesting to her. For example, the car she drives is a 2007 Toyota. She owns and operates her own business, but she doesn’t make as much as her fiancé.

While she earns roughly $56,000 per year, her fiancé’s yearly salary varies. Last year, he made about $120,000 and $250,000 the year before that. He made significantly less last year because he didn’t work as much as the year before.

“He is quite materialistic. He made less last year because he was out on a boat, flaunting his lifestyle all summer. The money changed him. He’s just different. His ego is completely inflated, and he feels untouchable,” she said.

After accumulating wealth, her fiancé purchased a massive home and five cars. She rents out her house because she adores it and doesn’t have the heart to sell it, and now she lives with her fiancé. He purchases presents for her all the time, but he never buys items she would pick out for herself.

Parfenova – stock.adobe.com – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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