EXCLUSIVE: 'Cheating b******!': Ditched China girlfriend speaks out

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Cheating b******!’: Girlfriend, 26, slams boyfriend, 40, who turned up with his wife and children in Norwich after she began global manhunt when he vanished in the middle of their relationship in China

  • Rachel Waters, 26, was ditched by ‘missing’ Paul McGee – for his wife and kids
  • The American enjoyed whirlwind romance with Brit Paul during Covid lockdown
  • But she sensationally discovered his true identity after asking where he’d gone
  • Now Rachel’s moving on from the ‘unfortunate’ situation, she told MailOnline

The woman who launched a manhunt for her boyfriend’s whereabouts only to learn he is living in Norwich with his wife and children branded him a ‘cheating b******’ and told MailOnline her situation is ‘unfortunate’.

Rachel Waters, 26, posted a desperate appeal for her missing beau on a Norfolk community Facebook page only to be told Paul McGee, 40, would not be returning.

Defiant Rachel Waters, 26, shared a cheeky selfie on Facebook today with the caption: ‘Yes, I’ve seen the article… #CheatingB******’

Ms Waters told MailOnline her situation is ‘unfortunate’ – but gave the impression she’s ready to move on.

Rachel posted a cheeky Facebook selfie this morning with the hash tag: ‘Cheating b****ard’

Rachel’s post referenced Doja Cat’s feminist empowerment anthem ‘Ain’t S***’, in which the rapper slams unfaithful men.

Rachel, who is a brand manager in China, told MailOnline her situation was ‘unfortunate’ – but she seems ready to move on

She wrote: ‘Alexa, play Ain’t S*** by Doja Cat’.

Her dad Chris was quick to comment, writing: ‘So sorry, Rachel, hang in there…’ 

Other hashtags included ‘#China’, ‘#LifeInChina’, #Shenzhen’ and ‘#ShenzhenChina’.

Paul returned to Brundall, Norwich where he lives with wife Samantha Shirley Overall and their three children.

Rachel works in the south Chinese city as a brand manager. 

The couple enjoyed a whirlwind romance during the country’s strict, lengthy Covid lockdowns.

In April Paul returned to Norfolk at the beginning of April to visit family, Rachel claims she was told – and ‘was supposed to be back by now’. 

Rachel launched a manhunt for her missing boyfriend – only to discover he was living at home

The couple enjoyed a heated romance in Shenzhen during China’s lengthy Covid lockdowns 

She wrote in the pleading post: ‘I have an unusual ask. My boyfriend, Paul Magee, and I live in Shenzhen, China.

‘He went home (Norwich) at the beginning of April to visit and was supposed to be back in China by now.

‘However, I have not heard from him recently and am worried something might have happened. If anyone knows of anything, please reach out to me.’

A friend of Paul’s brutally commented: ‘He has a Mrs and children’.

As some cruel users laughed at Rachel’s post, some pointed out the harshness of the situation.

Rachel Waters told a Facebook page in the Norfolk city that Paul Magee had gone for a visit but ‘was supposed to be back by now’

Rachel (pictured in a holiday snap posted on Facebook) described Paul as a ‘cheating b******’ 

Rachel’s desperate plea for Paul’s whereabouts proved successful – but not in the way she would have liked

A Norwich-based friend of Paul’s partner, Samantha, wrote: ‘Not really funny is it.

‘He has a Mrs and children and I really feel for her right now!

‘And another girlfriend in China it seems.’

A different friend added: ‘Not funny for her in the slightest.’

Rachel was born in South Carolina, completing a masters in Bournemouth in 2018.

The part-time vlogger, who uploads ‘hilarious dating fails’ on her YouTube channel, then took down the post, seemingly in embarrassment.

A friend of Paul’s said yesterday: ‘Paul and his partner didn’t see each other for two years.

‘He recently returned, and they sort of got back together. They have been separated and got children. They’ve thought, “Let’s give it another go”.’

It was also claimed that the relationships between Rachel and Samantha did not overlap.

Global traveller Rachel is pictured in a football shirt during a foreign visit

The Shenzhen-based brand manager appeared ready to move on from her painful heartbreak

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