Spurned Ex-Mistress of Oracle’s President Gets Billboard Revenge

January 22, 2010

(ChattahBox)—Charles Phillips, president of the tech giant Oracle, was forced to publicly admit to a eight-and-a-half-year extramarital affair, after a series of giant billboards appeared in three major cities with photos of his ex-mistress and Phillips. The billboards were commissioned by his spurned lover YaVaughnie Wilkins, after he decided to reconcile with his wife Karen. She was so peeved over being dumped by her married lover that she spent close to $250,000 for her unusual and very public revenge.

The billboards show Phillips and Wilkins in happier times and appeard in Times Square in New York, Atlanta and San Francisco, where Oracle is headquartered.

The billboards read: “You are my soulmate forever!” “Charles & YaVaughnie,” read another.

Wilkins also created a Web site where she posted photos from the couple’s long-term relationship.

Phillips released a statement admitting to the affair. “I had an eight-and-a-half-year serious relationship with YaVaughnie Wilkins,” Mr. Phillips said. “My divorce proceedings began in 2008… The relationship with Ms Wilkins has since ended and we both wish each other well.”

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    Something tells me that Ms Wilkins didn’t agree to the statement put out by Charles Phillips.

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