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The life of a cheating pastor is never one that is easy to maintain. A pastor is suing Sprint, claiming that his rights were violated when they gave his wife access to his cell phone records. There is no word as to why Sprint released the information, but the pastor had specifically told them not to tell anyone who he was calling or texting. You have to wonder why a man of God would not want his wife to be able to know who he was “giving spiritual counseling” to, but you can probably guess what was going on.
Maybe next time, he needs to just get his own cell phone account, in his own name and not even let his wife know about it. The life of a playa playa is always complicated. BlackBlueDog.com tells more:
We’re sure that Bishop Carl Mimms III would like to modify the Ten Commandments and add one more amendment: ”Thou Shalt Not give a man’s cell phone records to his wife when she’s trying to find out if he’s creeping around.”
The pastor was under the microscope of suspicion from his wife Diane, who believed that he might be getting into a few “unholy” activities in his spare time. That’s when she reached out to Sprint to find out who he’d been calling, texting and all that other stuff. the pastor is angry about Sprint releasing his personal records and is filing suit against the company for doing so.