Infidelity Claim! Amy Roloff Accuses Her Ex Matt Of Cheating During Their 29-Years Long Marriage


Infidelity Claim! Amy Roloff Accuses Her Ex Matt Of Cheating During Their 29-Years Long Marriage

The viewers have always expected to witness the Roloff family’s physical struggles on the reality show, Little People, Big World. It may come as a shock that their package also includes emotional trauma and strained relationships. And of course, lots of drama.

In 2007, Matt Roloff wrote in his memoir that his wife is actually a very committed person. He himself is very flexible and negotiable. It was the first time their differences had appeared so vividly.

They built an empire together and raised four kids, all this 29-years worth of chemistry tumbled down very quickly in a matter of months. They eventually divorced in 2016.

Infidelity claim

On March 31, Amy Roloff had recorded an hour-long Facebook live video. It was just unearthed by RadarOnline, revealing how heartbroken she upon finding that Matt was having an affair with Caryn Chandler.

Sitting beside her friend, Lisa Dixon, she said it all happened when Mathew and she were still married.

The sensational mom-of-four indirectly accused Matt of cheating and also singled out Caryn’s deeds. She was their assistant at the farm and her involvement prior to the couple’s divorce was really intimate. Amy remarked:

I believe — this is all from my perspective — that there was more than just friends going on. And I think that evolved to a point where that got in the way of our marriage as well.

People’s reaction

Some are putting their trust in Amy’s words while others are reverse blaming her. The commentators think maybe she was involved with Chris way before than Matt started his courtship.

In your opinion, who is the real killer of Matt and Amy’s marriage? Was it the disloyal husband or the sneaky wife? Maybe, it was mutual? Share this and let us know what you think.

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