Jamie O’Hara begs Danielle Lloyd to forgive him for his cheating

Amid a string of reports he'd been unfaithful, insiders Danielle Lloyd's husband Jamie O'Hara is pleading with the star to forgive him


by Closer staff |
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Danielle Lloyd’s worked hard to transform herself in recent years from wild party girl to loving wife and mum to her three boys - but last week, the star walked out of the Birmingham family home she shares with footballer husband Jamie O’Hara after shock claims he’d been unfaithful with two women.

The first woman, who remains anonymous, claimed she bedded Jamie in a hotel room after meeting in a club early last week – where he’d allegedly begged for a threesome with her pal - and later at his family home whilst a group of his pals cheered from outside the bedroom door. She also insisted the 27 year-old father-of-three had told her he and Danielle were no longer together.

Just days later, Danielle faced further heartache when debt collector Sarah Bailey, 33, claimed she'd slept with Jamie in LA in February whilst he was on a month long training stint. Sarah said the footballer had told her he was not with Danielle and had only kept the marriage together for the sake of their kids Archie, four, Harry, three, and George, 11 months.

As Closer went to press, Danielle, 30, had fled to Dubai with the boys to give her time to mull over their future.

But insiders say Jamie is not giving up on the marriage without a fight and has been bombarding Danielle with phone calls and texts to win her back.

A source says: "Jamie has been phoning Danielle in Dubai, begging her to forgive him. She doesn't know how she’d cope with looking after three boys as a single mum without Jamie but if it all turns out to be true she’s not sure if she could take him back."

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