PHOTO: High profile private investigator Julia Hartley Moore (pictured) has noticed a startling rise of infidelity cases despite the coronavirus lockdown
- Private investigator noticed a rise of infidelity cases despite COVID-19 lockdown
- Julia Hartley Moore has been carrying out surveillance jobs over two decades
- But with the world in shutdown, many are starting to notice signs around home
- She said couples are being forced to live in close proximity during isolation
A high-profile private investigator has claimed there’s been a startling rise in infidelity cases during the coronavirus lockdown.
Julia Hartley Moore, from New Zealand, who charges up to $5,000 per client for her services with her private investigation company where she has been carrying out surveillance jobs for two decades.
But with the world in shutdown, she said many suspicious partners are starting to notice things about their spouses they would normally overlook as they’re being forced to live in close proximity during isolation.
A growing number of her clients are suspecting their spouses are having an affair because it’s ‘becoming increasingly obvious they are not just taking work calls’ while cheaters are using things like exercise or grocery shopping as excuses to leave the house.
But with the world in shutdown, the PI said many suspicious husbands and wives are starting to notice things about their spouses they would normally overlook
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