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Arthur O Urso Faces Divorce from 1 of 9 Wives, She Misses Monogamy



Arthur O Urso Faces Divorce from 1 of 9 Wives

If you think having one partner is difficult…try having nine. For some, a situation like this would be a nightmare. That’s the lifestyle that Arthur O Urso, a model and swinger, and his nine wives, have chosen for themselves. 

Now there’s trouble in paradise as one of his little birds is choosing to fly the coop. 

Urso was married to fellow swinger Luana Kazaki but stirred up controversy when he decided to marry eight other wives to “protest against monogamy”. The marriages took place in Sao Paulo, Brazil where polygamy is not legal, so the marriages were not legally binding. 

All was going well until one of his wives, identified as ‘Agatha’, decided to part ways with the tribe because she was “missing a monogamous relationship.”

“It didn’t make sense, we have to share,” Urso said. “I was very sad about the separation and even more surprised by her excuse. 

The eight other wives took Urso’s side saying that Agatha’s “attitude was wrong,” and that she “accepted the marriage for adventure and not for real feelings.”

Urso has plenty of wives to spare and is not in a big hurry to replace Agatha. However, he does eventually plan to take on two more wives to bring his harem up to an even number of 10.

He also plans to bring children into the mix. Currently, he has one daughter with his first wife but says, “I want to have a child with each of my wives.”

“The love I feel for each of them is the same. I think it would be unfair to have children with only one or two of them,” he explains. 

So how will Urso support his wives and children? Mainly through the approximate $73,000 a month he earns posting kinky videos of himself and his first wife on the OnlyFans website. 

Talk about living the dream!

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