Big day in the office for hubby.
A person alleging to be the wife of a senior solicitor at K&L Gates has emailed his entire office demanding that the firm punish a trainee who seduced him.
'Mrs X', as they signed the email, sent the poison pen missive on Monday to every lawyer - except the trainee - in the K&L Gates office where her alleged husband works.
RollOnFriday is not naming the office, or the junior lawyer, in order to protect her identity.
According to Mrs X's email, which was leaked to RollOnFriday, she discovered the trainee and her husband were conducting an affair several months ago.
Mrs X said she found "items" belonging to the trainee in her home, and that the affair had put a "great strain on our marriage".
Mrs X's alleged husband is senior to the trainee, but Mrs X appeared to place the blame for their alleged tryst on the young woman, accusing her of "trying to seduce him at work and after work".
"Despite my husband intend[ing] to leave her, she does not agree and insists [on] contacting my husband. If this does not stop, we will apply for a restraining order against her", she informed dozens of the pair's colleagues.
Mrs X named the trainee in her email, and included a large picture of the other woman just in case her workmates needed help placing her. But Mrs X did not disclose her own alleged spouse's identity in the email, "in order to protect the reputation of my husband and my family".
As well as leading Mrs X’s alleged husband astray, the trainee was accused by Mrs X of borrowing "some 150k" from him which she spent on "beauty procedures, i.e. botox and many fillers".
"On the weekends her private life is also very messy", continued the vengeful Mrs X, who alleged that the trainee was a "self-proclaimed model" who conducted a secret second career providing "private and intimate photo-shooting" so she could supplement her salary.
The person alleging to be the lawyer’s furious wife told the dozens of K&L Gates lawyers who received the email to "look into her misconducts at work" and "consider the appropriate disciplines", as "her integrity and professional conducts are highly questionable".
Mrs X added that she was lodging a complaint with the relevant Law Society about the trainee "because she needs to be disciplined", as, "She is NOT FIT AND PROPER to be a lawyer".
K&L Gates did not respond to a request for comment.