Spurned Mistress Buys Billboards

When most people feel cheated by their lover, they complain to friends or maybe trash some of the other person's property left at their house. But YaVaughnie Wilkins is not most people.

After seeing that Oracle President Charles Phillips was going back to his wife, she bought $250,000 worth of billboards in Atlanta, San Francisco and New York that featured her and Charles together. The billboards also featured a link to her website, but it has since been taken down.

I think this is going a bit far, but I've never been in an eight year long affair with the president of a major company, so maybe I just don't know what it's like. What do you guys think?

Link Via San Francisco Family Law Blog Image Via Gawker

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There's some word she didn't know he was married. And definitely a bunny boiler, but kind of fantastic in its way, in its all-out craziness way. No, I don't want her as a girlfriend. Yes, I'm glad she exists. Bring the crazy.
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Ordinarily I'd be understanding of a wronged woman wanting to give a guy what amounts to a public skewering of his 'nads, but what did she expect to get out of screwing around with a married man? Especially since said married man strung her along with empty promises for EIGHT YEARS! How come it took her so long to figure out he was a no-good lying skirt-chaser?
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What a waste of money (and he's a waste of emotion - and she's a waste of skin). Not a fan of cheaters of either gender.

Move on. Use your money for a useful purpose - and your life.
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