“When she saw that I was not the woman who I wanted to be, I knew it was time for her to leave.
She knew that if I left, I was done,” Ms. Gosset said.
“She said, ‘I am leaving you for me, my husband, my son, my daughter, my sister and my friends.'”
Ms. Gox said her husband was furious and left her in the middle of the night with no one to turn to.
She said she had a short talk with her friend, who told her to go back to her apartment, which she did.
She was then told by a staff member that she would have to take the keys to her car.
“I just felt very powerless and I thought, ‘Why am I still living here?
What am I doing?’
She had never said anything to me before, but she made me feel like I needed to change,” Ms Gossets said.
In November, Ms. Kuczynski was given a three-month suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty to fraud.
The former accountant said she was not being punished for her “innocent mistake” and that she only had to take her own keys out of her car in the months leading up to the theft.