I let my mum sleep with my husband a couple of times a week and he ‘plays’ with my sister too – people call us ‘sick’

THE relationship between a mother, daughter and sister can be an unbreakable bond, but when it comes to sharing things, there is always a limit. 

However, one woman doesn’t seem to mind just how much she shares with them. 

A self-described swinger has outlined her unusual family arrangement in a few viral posts.

In the videos on the account @milliesellers411, the social media user can be seen with two women who she claims is her mum and her sister.

Speaking to the camera she claims that she shares her husband with her mum. 

She explains: “This is my mum, yeah I let my hubby have her a couple of times a week, yeah I’m that kind of wife.”

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Brook captioned the video: “My life don’t judge #swingerlifestyle #hotmom”

And people didn’t hold back in the comments section. 

One questioned: “What happens if 1 gets pregnant…you’ll have a brother, sister, nephew or niece but also stepchild.” 

Another added: “Sick n twisted.”

It is unclear whether the group of three are being serious or joking.

In another video, which she subtitled ‘swinger life’ Brook claims she keeps her “man happy” by letting him “play” with her little sister too.

She adds: “Yeah, I’m that kind of wife.” 

Again, it is unclear whether the group of three are being serious or joking.

However, many people have rushed to the comments section to express themselves. 

One wrote: “Sick.” 

Another added: “I don’t think this is what being a swinger means. This is more poly..something, multiple partner things.” 

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