An analyst, the escort woman and six thousand court fight
When analyst M. Stewart's marriage was broken, he found solace in the arms of an escort girl. Quite unexpectedly, he fell in love and they engaged. Howe told she would give up her job as an escort, and Mr Stewart believes he found a partner for the rest of life. Later years on, Mr Stewart plead his ex-lover for more than six thousand pounds, stating she cheated him. She tells an absolutely different story, stating the money from Mr Stewart was for escort services and that he hired her as an "exclusive courtesan and companion.
Mr Stewart, forty years old, a computer specialist, claims that having paid for her services twice, he had fallen in love. Howe agreed to marry telling him she intended to leave escort job and concentrate on her work as a medic. Mr Stewart says his dreams broke when he found out she had an affair and had spent tens of thousands pounds on his charge cards. He said that he was in love and it was very painful.
Mr Stewart now asks the court to order the house sale and the money to be divided. He also asks the court to oblige Miss Howe to repay everything she owes him, and pay him off two hundred fifty thousand pounds of compensation. But, she claims that she regarded her relation with Mr Stewart as a business affair and she left the agency so she could provide him regular sex services in exchange for money and presents."
Miss Howe maintains all the money paid her was for the sex services she supplied. Her submission court states that she supplied sexual services in exchange for money and presents." But Stewart told that it is impossible to describe an eight-year relation as a business affair. It's a ridiculous lie. They were engaged and he was in love."