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Jan 23, 2010 7:51 AM CST
Oracle Exec Was Cheating on Mistress, not Wife
Billboard-buying YaVaughnie Wilkins thought he was divorced
- Here's a twist: the person Oracle president Charles Phillips has been two-timing wasn't his wife—it was his mistress, the
New York Post
says. It seems that Phillips led YaVaughnie Wilkins, the irate lover who put up the now-infamous billboards of the two of them canoodling, to believe that he...
Cops to 8½-Year Affair
Jan 22, 2010 9:11 AM CST
Oracle President Cops to 8½-Year Affair
Relationship with YaVaughnie Wilkins is over, says Charles Phillips
- Oracle co-president Charles Phillips admitted last night to an 8½-year “serious relationship” with YaVaughnie Wilkins—the mistress whose picture was splashed on billboards across the country canoodling with Phillips. Gawker tipsters say Phillips, who is also a member of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board, has portrayed...
Jan 21, 2010 10:46 AM CST
Oracle Exec Affair Outed ...By Galpal?
Billboards of Charles Phillips with another woman pop up
- It appears an Oracle executive’s 8-year affair is being outed—possibly by the mistress herself—on billboards popping up across the country. The billboards, featuring what look like pictures of Charles Phillips and apparent mistress Yavaughnie Wilkins (view on Gawker ), point to a website titled “ Charles And...
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