Danielle O'Hara is said to have kicked her husband Jamie O'Hara out of their £2 million house following allegations he's cheated on her with more than one woman.
Danielle O'Hara has kicked her husband out of their home.
The 30-year-old beauty is said to have told her husband - Wolverhampton Wanderers soccer star Jamie O'Hara - to move out of their mansion in the West Midlands of England following revelations he cheated on her.
The former Miss England star jetted to Dubai with her and Jamie's sons Archie, three, Harry, two and six-month-old George when the news first broke but now that she's returned he's said to have agreed to leave their home.
A source close to the couple told The Sun newspaper: ''They agreed it was best for Danielle to be there as she is looking after the children.
''Also, she has done nothing wrong - and Jamie did the decent thing and agreed to move out.
''He has not been at the house for the last week, and knows he would not be very welcome there at the moment.''
One of the women linked to the former Tottenham Hotspur player claimed she met him on a night out in Birmingham in July and went back to his marital house where he made love to her as his pals cheered him on.
The second woman, named Sarah Bailey, told how she met up with Jamie in Los Angeles while Danielle struggled to look after their three young sons back home in England.
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