A British woman has revealed a simple, foolproof way to check if your partner is sexting someone else – with an easy way to see if they have racy photos of other women saved on their phone.
Leah Louvaine, from London, has shared the hack on TikTok, where viewers immediately tried it out themselves and confirmed it worked.
The 25-year-old podcast host, who uses the handle @leahontheline on the platform, says that although her methods are “toxic”, she is here to help women who may suspect their partner is being unfaithful.
Whether you’re worried about him exchanging explicit pictures with someone else, or if he has kept inappropriate photos of an ex on his phone, Leah has shared her sure-fire trick to uncovering the truth.
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“Do you want to know if your boyfriend has nudes on his phone? Because I can show you how to do it. I’ve literally got a hack,” she states in the clip from her podcast, ‘Leah on the Line’.
“Here is what we are going to do. We are going to get our boyfriend’s phone, we open the camera roll, we search ‘brassiere’.
“When you search for that on your camera roll, it comes up with nudes. It comes up with underwear pics, it comes up with bikini pics.
“You never know when you might need to pull that trick out of the bag.”
The video quickly racked up over 64,000 likes and 693,000 views with many quick to try out Leah’s hack, claiming it works.
Me: I don’t wanna know. Also me: Watches the whole thing,” said one user.
Another person wrote: “News to me that there was even a ‘search’ option.”
“Not necessarily if they’ve got them in the ‘hidden’ folder on camera roll which needs Face ID for it,” commented another person, to which Leah responded with a red flag emoji.
Another user said: “Oh my God it works … currently single but I will take this information forward with me.”
“Did it on my own camera roll. It works,” confirmed someone else.
“Great tip!” said someone else.
One user shared: “We all just tried this on our own phones and found a bunch of dirt we have on ourselves. Time to delete some things.”
“He only had mine – we all good,” said someone else.
“Toxic but true,” said another user.
After trying the hack on her own phone, Leah decided to share her knowledge with other women in a bid to save any potentially painful discoveries down the track.
“I used my own phone to test the hack,” Leah said.
“I found bikini pics and my photos from underwear collaborations.
“I’m still shocked at how clever the search tool is.
“Lots of people went straight to their camera roll, then came back to the comments section to confirm that it works.”