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Gwen Stefani discovered her husband was cheating because of an iCloud oversight
Be careful out there.
It turns out Gwen Stefani’s divorce from rocker Gavin Rossdale involves a lot more technology than you’d expect.
According to Us Weekly:
Back in February, Stefani, 46, uncovered Rossdale’s long-term affair with Mann, who cared for the couple’s three sons, Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 20 months.
At the time, the No Doubt frontwoman discovered explicit texts between Rossdale and the nanny — including nude photos of Mann and their plans to meet up for sex — on the family’s iPad.
“The iPad was linked to Gavin’s phone,” a family source tells Us. “One of the other nannies discovered the exchange and told Gwen.”
From the sound of it, they’re lucky the nanny and Gwen noticed the sync before any of the kids did. Silver lining!
Christine Friar is a writer and editor in New York who focuses on streaming entertainment and internet culture. Her work has appeared in the Awl, the Fader, New York Magazine, Paper Magazine, Vogue, Elle, and more.