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She should be ashamed of herself for being a faker and abusing her husband.
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I'm just trying. You could say:

-She should be ashamed of herself for being fake and abusive to her husband. (adj)

-She should be ashamed of herself for being a faker and an abuser to her husband. (n)

-She should be ashamed of herself for abusing her husband and being fake.


I can't say your sentence is wrong, but I really stuck with it because of using "for", "being" and "and". Anyhow, I don't think you can use "abused" in your context because it would give a completely different meaning that you don't want.

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train cpu 825 She should be ashamed of herself for being a faker and abusing her husband.

Just guessing you may mean this:

She should be ashamed of herself for being a faker about being abused by her husband.

Or,

She should be ashamed of herself for lying about being abused by her husband.

CJ

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train cpu 825 [is] Does my sentence has have the correct meaning, and is it grammatically gramatically correct?

It's grammatically correct, but the meaning seems strange enough to make us think it's not the meaning you had in mind.

CJ