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 stored on their phone.
Leah Louvaine from London shared the hack on TikTok, where viewers immediately tried it out for themselves and confirmed that it worked.
The 25-year-old podcast host, who goes by the handle @leahontheline on the platform, says that while her methods are “toxic,” she’s here to help women who suspect their partner is being unfaithful.
Whether you’re concerned that he’s exchanging explicit photos with someone else, or that he’s kept inappropriate photos of an ex on his phone, Leah has shared her surefire trick for getting to the bottom of the truth.
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“Want to know if your friend has nudes on his phone? Because I can show you how to do it. I literally have a hack,” she says in the clip of her podcast “Leah on the Line.”
“This is what we are going to do. We’re going to grab our friend’s phone, we’re going to open the film roll, we’re looking for “bra”.
“If you search that on your camera roll, you’ll find nudes. It comes with underwear pictures, it comes with bikini pictures.
“You never know when you’re going to have to get that trick out of the bag.”
The video quickly gained over 64,000 likes and 693,000 views, with many quickly trying Leah’s hack and claiming it worked.
“Me: I don’t want to know. Me too: pay attention to the whole thing,” said one user.
Another person wrote, “News to me that there was even a ‘search’ option.”
“Not necessarily if they have them in the ‘hidden’ folder on the camera roll, which requires Face ID,” another person commented, to which Leah responded with a red flag emoji.
Another user said, “Oh my God it works… currently single, but I’ll take this information with me.”
“Did it on my own roll of film. It works,” confirmed another.
“Great tip!” someone else said.
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’re all good,” said another.
“Toxic but true,” said another user.
After trying out the hack on her own phone, Leah decided to share her knowledge with other women in an effort to avoid potentially embarrassing discoveries later on.
“I used my own phone to test the hack,” Leah said.
“I found bikini photos and my underwear collaboration photos.
“I’m still shocked at how smart the search function is.
“A lot of people went straight to their camera roll and then came back to the comment section to confirm it works.”