Man to Sue Apple for Over £5 Million After Wife Discovers Deleted Messages

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A man is suing Apple for over £5 million after his wife discovered supposedly deleted messages, leading to their divorce. He claims Apple’s lack of clarity on message deletion led to the painful revelation.

Bollywood Fever:  A man is preparing to sue Apple for more than £5 million after his wife discovered supposedly deleted messages he had sent to sex workers, leading to her filing for divorce.

The man, referred to as Richard, revealed to The Times that he had been contacting sex workers via the iMessages app on his iPhone and believed he had deleted these incriminating texts. However, when his wife accessed the family iMac, the messages reappeared, spanning several years. Within a month, she filed for divorce.

“If you are told a message is deleted, you are entitled to believe it’s deleted,” Richard told The Times. He expressed that the discovery was painful and raw, suggesting that had the realization not been so brutal, he might still be married.

Richard and his wife had been “very happily married” for over 20 years. He described their marriage as “superb,” stating that it was “thrown away for something many men do.” He believes that if the discovery hadn’t been so sudden and upsetting, there might have been a way to work through the issue.

Richard is now pursuing legal action against Apple for the more than £5 million he lost in his divorce and legal costs. He argues that Apple does not clearly inform users that deleted messages can still appear on other Apple devices. The impact on his health has been significant, with Richard experiencing severe panic attacks and requiring strong beta blockers.

“I genuinely thought I was going to have a heart attack,” he said. “Divorce is an extraordinarily stressful process and you have children and family dynamics. In my opinion, it’s all because Apple told me my messages were deleted when they weren’t.”

Richard is being represented by the London law firm Rosenblatt and is looking to establish a class action lawsuit on a no-win, no-fee basis. Simon Walton, from Rosenblatt, stated, “Apple had not been clear with users as to what happens to messages they send and receive and, importantly, delete.”

The lawsuit alleges that Apple misleads users by informing them that messages are deleted when they can still be found on other linked devices. Richard is seeking compensation for the financial and emotional toll caused by this issue.

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