Cheryl Cole felt ‘betrayed’ by husband’s sex addiction

It seemed like a match made in heaven: He was one of the most talented soccer players in the country, and she was one its most beautiful and talented singers. After the wedding, they soon became England’s darlings; a power couple of glamour and fame.

The perfect image of the pair was shattered as British media broke the story that would see them separate and divorce: Ashley Cole cheated on his wife. Although the couple survived the first allegations of infidelity 18 months after their 2006 wedding, the newest allegations, which hit early this year, left Cheryl fed up and feeling “betrayed”.

Desperate to save their marriage, Ashley reportedly admitted to having a problem; he was addicted to sex. Shortly after Cheryl decided to separate from him in February this year, Ashley reportedly bombarded her with phone calls, begging her to take him back, even suggesting he get professional help to treat his sex addiction, allvoices.com reports.

Now, Cheryl, who has kept a dignified silence about the matter, has spoken out in an interview to British Vogue about the break up of her marriage.

When she was asked whether she felt betrayed, Cheryl, 27, said: “Yes, definitely I do, but I’ve got to take everything that’s happened and learn from it,” monstersandcritics.com reports.

“I accept that that’s a chapter of my life that’s finished.

“And I’ve just got to be grateful that I’ve got so many good things going on, I have and there’s no children, you know?

“Some people’s lives fall apart – of course, it’s heartbreaking, but it’s not anything remotely like it could have been and I’m very, very thankful for that.”

Cheryl is now officially divorced from Ashley, 29.

Cheryl was recently in hospital battling malaria.

Celebrities who have battled sex addiction include Tiger Woods and Jesse James.

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2 thoughts on “Cheryl Cole felt ‘betrayed’ by husband’s sex addiction

  1. I agree with every part you’ve said, but such as you stated at the end, I all the time find yourself going back to how I used to do things. It’s a never ending circle. Writing issues down is a good idea. I’ve not too long ago starting storing changes in day by day processes in spreadsheet files, so I can use them like a test list. The only drawback then is that the checklist gets too long and I start lacking bits out! Getting into a rountine when one thing is modified is the very best recommendation I can give.

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