THE wife of rugby league love rat Joe Westerman has told how her children were bombarded with illustrative videos of their father on Snapchat.
Mother-of-three Lauren Westerman, 33, said the graphic seven-second clip, which was shot in a dark alley and uploaded to Twitter, caused untold damage to her children.
Her husband’s almighty fall from grace and living nightmare began after the player went on an extraordinary 15-hour binge on the weekend.
It started at 11.30am on Saturday in the pubs and bars of Pontefract, West Yorks, took over the murky lane behind Greggs and ended at 2.30am the following day.
Hours later, footage of the Castleford Tigers star, his pants and trousers wrapped around his ankles while performing a sex act with a blonde real estate agent, had been shared across the world and left a trail of heartache.
The worthy Lauren told The Sun that she felt “physically ill” when she first saw it.
She continued: “My next thought was for my 14-year-old daughter and if I could reach her before she sees it.
“But it was too late. School kept adding her to these Snapchat groups and she was sent the video.
“She left the groups, but more and more were added and it was sent to her over and over again.
“Our nine-year-old was also sent a screenshot of the video in messages.
“This is your father and I feel so sorry for you that you had to see something like this.”
Lauren has been bombarded with apologetic texts from her childhood sweetheart, 33, but she insists there’s no going back.
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Lauren, who married Joe in 2014, reveals she immediately kicked him out of the family home.
And of the married mother-of-two featured in the video, Lauren says, “It’s the kids that I feel for. Our children and their children.
“She’ll never live it up. She lost her job and there are memes of her combing the internet, her kids will see that.
“I don’t know if our children will ever forgive their father.
“There will be no more family dinners, no more family outings. It’s all gone. The children will no longer be able to see him play because of the chants he will now inspire.
“I just hope that in time they can forget about it.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7413000/kids-graphic-video-rugby-star-dad/ My kids were bombarded with graphic videos of their rugby star dad Joe Westerman on Snapchat, my mum reveals