Weather Presenter Ruth Dodsworth Opens Up About Ex-Husband’s Controlling Behaviour | This Morning

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ITV weather presenter Ruth Dodsworth’s ex-husband has been sentenced to three years in prison, after subjecting her to almost a decade of abuse. At a recent hearing, it was revealed that during their marriage, Jonathan Wignall read through her messages, stopped her seeing friends and even put a tracker in her car. In the hope of helping other sufferers of domestic abuse, Ruth is bravely joining us to discuss her ordeal.

Broadcast on 21/04/21

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