Philanderers: Beware New 'Cheater Registry'

If only it existed before the Sandra Bullock debacle
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 23, 2010 11:15 AM CDT
Cheater Registry Gives Philanderers Something New to Worry About
Jesse James doesn't really need a Cheater Registry listing. We all know.   (AP Photo/Peter Kramer)

Cheaters, beware: Your scorned lover can now list you on the Cheater Registry, and you may never date again. Of course, he or she will need to submit evidence before your profile will actually be listed, but if you sext as often as Tiger Woods does, that shouldn’t be too difficult. TMI moment of the day: Some of the evidence submitted is so graphic, it has caused interns to vomit, one of the creators tells Asylum.

Only 100 non-celebrity cheaters have been listed since the site went live about a month ago, and many fake or unverified listings have been removed. “The site is definitely not about vindication,” the creator says. It has also led to some unexpected good: The Cheater Registry staff calmed down one semi-suicidal poster.
(More cheating stories.)

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