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He says he's never contacted anyone on them and doesn't know why he's done it and is begging for my forgiveness!! I know one of them was joined a week ago and one has been active since November, I can't find proof of any messages or anything before November.

Had some concerns about my daughter on social networking so browsed through the history on my partners computer.

I found a week ago he has joined some dating sites, well I say dating more like free sex sites!!

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