Sean Donis’s wife, Nancy Donis, 38, said she was going to dinner. Donis stayed behind to watch their 5-year-old son. When he couldn’t find his iPad, he turned on the Find My iPhone app to locate it.
The software showed the electronic device moving toward an unknown location; he had a hunch that his wife had taken it, and he decided to follow. He arrived at a house and opened the unlocked door. On the second floor, he found his wife in bed with her boss, Albert Lopez, 58. With his iPhone, he recorded two brief videos of them in bed.
The New Jersey man got a letter last July informing him that a grand jury had indicted him on charges of felony burglary and unlawful surveillance for the April 2016 incident.
“I feel like it’s unjust what they’re doing to me,” said Donis, 37, to the New York Post in September. “It’s like I’m being punished twice.”
He appeared in court in September, where he pleaded not guilty. His second appearance happened on Friday.
“I was in fear,” Lopez testified of the moment when Donis caught him in bed with his wife. “I kept telling him, you need to get out of here,” Lopez told the jury hearing Donis’s felony burglary case.
Donis’s wife worked for Lopez as the billing manager for his orthopedics practice.
Lopez said he was so desperate to get the enraged husband out of his home that he asked Donis “if he wanted to die.”
“Kill me. I don’t care,” he said the desperate husband responded.
The incident left Lopez traumatized. “I couldn’t go to sleep. I had repeated memories of what occurred. I started to go through the house and check all the doors and make sure they were locked,” he said.
Lopez also noted that Donis’s wife said they were separated, and he thought Donis was out of the picture.
The husband’s lawyer, Howard Greenberg, told jurors that the husband actually “deserves a medal,” not a prison sentence, for uncovering his wife’s unfaithfulness without physically harming his rival.
“The defendant should be given a medal for the amount of restraint he showed when he entered that scene,” Greenberg told the jury.
However, despite the fact that Lopez slept with Donis’s wife, prosecutor Nabeela Mcleod asserted that Lopez was a victim — a victim of Donis’s breaking and entering his home and recording him and Donis’s wife without their consent (Donis shared the videos with his wife’s relatives). He now faces a possible maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.
How is my guy Sean Donis at fault here? This shit is more backwards than a horse's knee. Homeboy catches his wife committing the crime of adultery (thou shalt not commit adultery ever heard of it?) with her boss and somehow HE IS the one who is in trouble. This is somehow being spun that this cheater, Nancy and her lover, Albert (cool name bro) Lopez are the victims. This story should be called EMF because it's Unbelievable.
Sureeeeeeee Sean "broke into" the guy's house, but if Sean is guilty of anything (besides that horrible angle selfie like it's 2005 myspace) it's great detective work. He's only guilty of being a problem solver and following clues; which are not crimes in most countries.
His iPad was lost and he tried to find it. Is that so wrong? I'm pretty sure you can chalk this up to a heat of the moment situation where no charges can be pressed. Have you ever lost your phone/iPad/computer? It's terrifying. Gotta do whatever you can to get that shit back, you aren't thinking straight you just want your stuff back. You don't know his financial situation. You gotta think about where Sean was coming from, for all he knew his iPad was stolen. He was just trying to get back his stolen property, and if he catches his wife in the act, so be it. If anything his wife is just as guilty of theft (thou shalt not steal...HELLO?!)
I mean if the dude who killed Harvey Milk can go free because he ate too many twinkies (S/O me from knowing that) then surely Sean Donis can blame following the find my iPhone app to find his ipad/wife in bed with another man. If anything I feel like his "crime" could be forgiven since his iPad could've been stolen and he was just trying to get it back. Everybody knows you can't get in trouble if you're responding to a potential crime.
Plus the door wasn't even locked, so this isn't even breaking and entering, it was just opening and entering. It's not like this dude broke a window and barged in. He acted like your friend who knows they can just walk in and don't have to knock. Nbd. This can't possibly be held to the same standard as burglary. How can you be a burglar if you didn't steal anything? This makes about as much sense to me as the ending of Donnie Darko. How is this guy getting charged with burglary when his wife got stolen by this other dude?!? Talk about ass backwards laws. This lady gets to keep fucking this guy while her husband could do 15 years because he filmed it on his iPhone like anybody else would to have proof that their wife is a cheating whore. This is like if you caught someone shoplifting and instead of arresting them, you toss them the keys and say, you own the place now.
What's even crazier is not only did Sean not beat the shit out of this guy, which I think most people could justify, He essentially had his life threatened by dude filling his wife. Lopez "asked if he wanted to die". Fuck this guy, now he's just shoving his cucking down this dude's face and he has the nerve to say he was the one in fear.
Wahhhh this old cuck Lopez said '"I was in fear" well good, you should be in fucking fear when you're sleeping with another man's wife! You're the scumbag in this situation. You're at fault, you should be in constant fear THAT YOU ARE GOING TO GET CAUGHT SLEEPING WITH ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE. Nobody on earth should have pity for this guy Lopez. "I couldn't go back to sleep" Well by the sounds of things you weren't doing too much sleep there, were ya buddy? (I'm calling you buddy facetiously) Sean Donis should be praised for his restraint in a situation where most people would resort to violence. All he wanted was his iPad back and for his wife to be faithful, like we all want? Is this guy really any different from you or me? I hope that our justice system can use an ounce of common sense to have this case thrown out.
To add insult to injury poor Sean was getting cucked by a man 21 years his senior. Never a good look. Hopefully for his sake he'll end up flipping burgers at Hooters.