Cheaters Complaint Against Cheaters Maine



BLAKE MARLOW MARIE ELLEN. This s**t has to have everyone she meets to fall in love with her. She befriended the guy in the long hair in the photo and began what she called a “platonic” relationship. This guy is my best friend and when he moved up there, these were the first friends he made. My friend started to message the husband but Ellen was the one who usually replied to him. She used that he was always at work as a reason for her gettjng back to him instead. Months passed and the two began to get close and through her kinds of love language and attention, he began to fall in love with her. He expressed his fears at one point to her about carrying on the friendship, but she assured him that they were fine, though she did acknowledge that she felt the same for him as he did her. She said that they were married and that they had to honor that, but he was free to love her as he wanted. This meant that he was free to engage in flirting and she received and at times, reciprocated. Meanwhile, on her end, she passed off the messages to her husband as my friend being goofy or h***y. This didn’t stop her from soaking it up though. He praised her for who she was and she was always accepting of it. She loved bombed him on the regular and fostered his emotions for her. Eventually, he tried to break from it, because he felt conflicted, as he was married. He would express that he felt bad after videos they’d send each other for chat and she would assure him that it was alright. Only when he flat out told her that he was jn love with her did she react like she hadn’t known the whole time. He confessed to his wife and she met with Ellen the next day. From there, Ellen threw my friend under the bus and claimed that she was worried for him without taking responsibility for her own actions. The two worst parts of this situation is that once my friend told Ellen that she soothed the trauma in his life by speaking to him in a way he’s never been spoken to, Ellen jumped at him and became everything for him. She took that away after saving face to his wife. The other worst part is that Ellen did the same thing to a friend in college, Joanna. Ellen manipulated her into staying her friend and to this day, Joanna lives a life in seclusion so that she doesn’t fall in love with other men, which is strange, considering she’s engaged and is best friends with Ellen to this day. My friend’s mental health declined, and upon Ellen’s 180 on him, he almost lost it in contemplating suicide. That was the night he called me after calling the hotline. He is still married and is doing very well now. Ellen is a monster and ironically works for the mental health department of the CDC. If anyone else has had her do this, I urge you to contact her department to report her. She promotes wellness on her Twitter page and shouldn’t be allowed to work there after what she did to my friend.

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Johnny Boy January 3, 2021 at 12:42 pm

I slept with this woman a couple years back in New York. We originally became acquainted over a few social media platforms and had been friends for a few years. She called me one day excited that she had recently gotten a new job and would be not far from my area for some training. We met up, had an early dinner at a place called Bowled and then went back to my apartment after a walk where I played the tour guide. We didn’t plan on having sex at all. It just sort of happened. I had never brought it up – with her being married and all, though I had obviously been attracted to her.

After it all happened, I summoned the courage to ask her the big question. Why? She explained to me her process and I guess her evaluation. She said that her attraction and closeness to me played a big part in it. But ultimately, if her curiosity didn’t set off, then a need wouldn’t transpire.

I asked if she had ever had the same need with other guys. She said not with another guy but with another person, yes, but that situation was quite different. She did mention however, that she had recently met a guy that she could see herself falling for. I don’t know if the guy in the photo is the same one she referenced, but the way the post describes the emotional effect she had on him rang some eerie and familiar bells of mine.

I was a bit concerned about her husband finding out, and she admitted that this was a new thing for her with another guy. She said that they were very honest and open with each other; that when the time was right, she’d tell him and that he would understand. I couldn’t wrap my brain around that, so she explained her belief of being able to outstretch to another person within full acceptance of all members involved and that in rare cases that could mean physical intimacy.

It saddens me to see that this could have been on track to happen again. Presumably with the guy she mentioned to me. I can’t imagine her being as cold as is described, but you never truly know with people. I haven’t heard from her in the better part of a year, and I’m not on social media anymore, so I looked her up and found this article. I don’t think I want to reach out anymore at the risk of harming her marriage any more than what might already be there.

My heart goes out to the couple that was affected by her and am happy to hear from this post that they are doing well. May you find peace and grow stronger as you find your way in life. If you are ever in the area, I frequent the restaurant a bit. I’ll keep a friendly eye out.

Travis September 21, 2021 at 2:53 pm

I dated Ellen for a while. We were engaged and I ended up having to leave the state and leave her. I can definitely say this guy isn’t her type. She tends to like the dirty and rough looking backwoods Maine men and not pretty boys. She was pretty loyal to me, but I wonder if she developed attachment issues from me leaving her. Who knows. Glad I got out of that.


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