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Weekend Express with Lynn Smith

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Can cheaters really change?

  • Catherine Torrez is a private investigator and owner of Stiletto Spy Investigations
  • She gives us the top cheating warning signs

Is the age old saying 'once a cheater always a cheater' true? Many watched as former Congressman Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal unfolded, with his wife dutifully standing by his side.

Of course, Weiner is far from the only person to cheat. What are the red flags to look for if your significant other is cheating?

Lynn Berry spoke to Catherine Torrez, a former police chief and owner of Stiletto Spy Investigations to find out if a cheater really can change. Torrez shared her four big warning signs that someone is astray in a relationship:

  • Change in cell phone usage
  • Money management style changes
  • Unaccounted time
  • Change in sexual habits

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