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Woman warns of marriage 'red flags' after new husband suddenly ghosted her overnight

Woman warns of marriage 'red flags' after new husband suddenly ghosted her overnight

A woman has warned of 'red flags' in marriage after she was dramatically ghosted by her husband

A woman whose husband suddenly ghosted her overnight has warned of marriage 'red flags'.

Isabelle Glastonbury, now 31, was cut out by her hubby after a luxurious wedding and exciting newlywed life together.

She met her beau in Dallas, US, and very quickly fell in love - soon getting engaged.

The pair relocated to Australia - where Isabelle is from - in 2018.

Still loved up, she married him at the beautiful Boathouse in Palm Beach in a wedding that cost a huge £27,000.

However, it all took a dramatic turn following celebrations for her American husband's visa being approved as he suddenly disappeared after the dinner and drinks.

Isabelle relocated from the US to Australia with the man.

"I got home and literally 90 percent of his stuff had disappeared," she told Daily Mail Australia.

Isabelle recalled: "I had this sinking feeling. I tried logging into our immigration accounts, I had been locked out of everything, my credit cards were maxed-out, and I was blocked on his phone, none of my calls or messages going through."

The woman says he not only ghosted her, but even his best man from the wedding.

Now, she reckons she missed some vital 'red flags' during their relationship that she wishes she'd picked up on at the time.

She warned of marriage red flags.

Not only does she say he had 'started disappearing at night' in the months before but he had become more 'distant', with Isabelle feeling like she 'was married to a complete stranger'.

She warned: "Don’t be blind, because I’m sure I could have seen the signs before this happened and I just ignored it.

"You never really know who you’re sleeping next to."

Isabelle claims The Department of Immigration and Border Protection didn't do much to reject his visa after he made himself disappear from her life, saying: "So many people reported him to immigration and nothing happened."

Her family had actually forked out £5,300 for his visa application - a real slap in the face when he ghosted them as well.

"I have such a problem with the visa situation, literally people can leave and have no repercussions or be forced to have any accountability."

The couple eventually met up in February 2021 where the man explained he 'had to be single'.

They formally divorced over a year ago and Isabelle claims friends later told her he had remarried.

She's managed to move on too though, finding a relationship in an old high school sweetheart, Max, with whom she shares a son.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@isabelleglastonbury

Topics: Real Life, Sex and Relationships, Australia