Wife Wants Husband to Marry… His Girlfriend?

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DeAnna Rivas, 27, the wife of her husband, Manny Rivas, 28, begged him to marry a 20-year-old blonde girlfriend named Melissa “MJ” James. The reason for the polyamorous relationship? To fulfill her sexual desires and help care for the couple’s two children.

Unfortunately for the Fort Lauderdale trio, a three-way marriage is not legal in the state in Florida. However, this doesn’t stop them from living together as if they were bound by marriage.

After birthing daughter, Vaneza, 7, and son, Gabriel, 4, DeAnn fell into depression, and began seeking an open relationship. “Before we found MJ I was so miserable, I felt like there was a hole in my life that only another woman could fill,” DeAnna, who works as a sales assistant, told Barcroft Media. “I wasn’t able to talk to anyone about how I was feeling, about being a new mother. When I told Manny that I was having problems he understood that I was sad but he didn’t understand how to fix it.”

The three-way chemistry was instant when DeAnna and Manny brought MJ into their lives. “I thought she was so hot and I was attracted to her blonde hair and youthful looks. She’s just blown my socks off,” DeAnna told Barcroft. “Sexually it is very interesting. We open up our marriage and our bedroom. We do everything. We all sleep together as a threesome and sometimes we will pair off. It helps with childcare because one of us can watch the kids while the other two have fun.”

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