'He effectively said I could have anything I wanted and eventually he would leave his wife.' She said Mr Drabu, a father of two, 'swore on the Koran' that he would leave his wife, bought her an eternity ring and they joined a gym together.But last July, Mrs Drabu became suspicious and confronted her husband, who confessed to having an affair.But when his wife discovered his deceit and demanded Mrs Jackson resign, Mr Drabu offered to pay his married lover £100,000 if she quit the practice and left her husband.When she refused, saying she loved her job too much, Mr Drabu decided to force her out, an employment tribunal heard.Mrs Jackson said she felt she had no choice but to resign after she was allegedly confronted by his wife, Dr Suraya Drabu, a consultant psychiatrist, who warned her: 'You will never work with my husband again.' 'I loved my job,' she said.'I felt I had done nothing wrong and Mr Drabu had no right to treat me like this.Mrs Jackson, who managed the Langley dental surgery in Middleton, Manchester, said: 'She had apparently asked him what was going on and he admitted he was having an affair with me, but said it had only lasted six months.
She revealed how they would go away on the pretext of attending dental courses and rented a flat where they could meet regularly.'We went away and Mr Drabu told me he wanted me to leave my husband,' Mrs Jackson said.