Harry Potter Thrown Out The Marital Home.

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Saturday, 17 May 2008

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The Potter Residance.

Harry Potter, father of three and formally know as 'the boy who lived', is in the dog house with his wife of 16 years Ginny Potter.

Ginny, whose maiden name is Weasley, threw Harry out of their home in Godric's Hollow in disgust, yesterday after discovering that he had repeatedly cheated on her during the course of their relationship.

"I gave my life to that man, I carried his children, and this is how he repays me!" Ginny yelled at me, almost as if I was the one who had had all that sex with her husband in the back of his Ford Anglia every Wednesday and Sunday evening.

Ginny is filing for a divorce, but in the meantime a mutual friend of the couple Nevile Longbottom has moved in with Ginny and her children James, Lily and Albus for 'moral support'.

I was most surprised by Nevile's sudden desire to help Ginny out, abandoning his post at Hogwarts school of witchcraft and wizardry as Herbology teacher, so once again I took it upon myself to check it out.

I walked into Harry and Ginny's bedroom and witnessed something so wrong and sinful that I am sure it is illegal in some countries. Looks like Nevile and Ginny have been having a bit of 'Ford Anglia time' of their own, can't wait to tell Harry.

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