Woman goes viral on TikTok after revealing her dad cheated on her mother with her best friend

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A woman has gone viral on TikTok after joking that she would send her father to the 'retirement home' after discovering that he had allegedly cheated on her mum with her best friend.

"Me after my dad cheated on my mom with my best friend," the woman Diana wrote alongside a video she posted to her TikTok as @diana.j.t.

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The woman claimed her father had an affair with her best friend. Photo: TikTok

Also on the video were the words, "Who's going to the retirement home", before she clarified in the caption that she and her dad are now seemingly on good terms writing: "We're cool now I guess."

In the comments, Diana explained that her parents ultimately got a divorce after the affair, adding that she didn't speak to him for three years.

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A few people in the comments joked that a retirement would be too nice for her father, or that she should maybe "bill her friend" for the expense.

"I just left my dad at Home Depot with beef jerky and water," one person joked.

In a follow up clip, Diana did explain that she is no longer mad at her father, but is no longer friends with the 'best friend' in question.

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In a follow up video she explained her friend was three years older than her. Photo: TikTok

"I've grown up, I've matured, I've gone to therapy," she said.

She also clarified that the friend was three years older than her, and that she knew her father was cheating before she eventually discovered it with her friend.

"My mum found out my dad was cheating and she made him tell us, the kids, that he did something, and he did something bad," she continued.

"By the way, my mum is gorgeous. You can be gorgeous. Cheaters gonna cheat."

She says her mother ended up finding love again, remarrying and is "thriving".

"It would be unforgivable for me but I'm glad you're at peace," one person commented.

"Glad you are doing better and moved on from that," was another supportive comment.

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