With 16 pages of shocking photos. Even after rebecca manipulated Bruce into marrying her, hoping to divorce him and take him for everything he had, she occupied herself with a series of lovers. But when she learned that a divorce would only get her a few pennies, she knew she had to find another way to secure Bruce's fortune.
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