Cindy (Morrow) Weaver St. Louis, Missouri Missouri

I had been married twenty-seven years to my husband when I ran across an e-mail from Cindy Weaver to him. When I confronted him with the e-mail, he said it was nothing. She was just a friend. But as I continued asking questions he told me she worked in his company’s corporate office in Fenton MO. She was not important to him at all and that he loved me. As time went on and he left to go back on the road, I ran across other e-mails that were quite graphic in description of what they were going to do to when they got together. And him asking her if she was”wet” yet. If not, he must be “losing his touch”. And her answering”yes, she was wet”. GAG! Again, he said they were just talking that way. That nothing happened. Then I ran across pictures they had sent back and forth. Self-portraits of their private areas and her boobs (which are large and a large boobs were a favorite of his) He still claimed nothing happened physically (yeah right.) What married woman sends nasty pictures to someone else’s husband if they haven’t already been exposed to it?? He told me later that she sent weekly snatch shots to him. Is that really necessary? Can’t you just look at the same one? Does it change weekly? || I discovered through phone records that they had a”get together” in Fenton in December of 2008 (he told me it was a business meeting.) But according to him they were in bed naked together and he”thought of me” and couldn’t get it up. BAHAHA!! Like I believed that. || There were also numerous calls to her cell phone and from her cell phone when he was on the road. She even got so that she would call him at our home on the weekends and he would be e-mailing her from our living room while sitting right beside me. After I found all this out he supposedly broke it off but he had to”talk to her daily for his work.” He continued a relationship with her even though he told me multiple times a day how much he loved me, nothing physical had happened etc. and that it was over. After catching him talking suggestively with other women and watching porn on his computer, I finally told him I wanted a divorce in July 2012. He had inventory in KC at the time I moved out (she was there helping with the inventory). On what was our last and 30th anniversary, he was in KC and with her. I saw emails that she had to go to bingo with her aunt and would be back late. And after they returned she sent an email on how much she missed him and how she would always need him and”not just for that” I was livid. What a jerk he is and what a tramp she is. I sent pictures and emails I had to her poor long-suffering husband, so she couldn’t continue to lie to him. We are now officially divorced and he is in a new relationship with someone else, but Cindy is buying him motorcycle jackets and vests and still sending self-portraits of her privates to him. She mistakenly thinks she’s beautiful and hot, but the worst thing is she professes to be a Christian woman, teaches young people in the church, and has been on mission trips. She (and he) have two lives. One they show to the world and one they live in secret. By-the-way, he finally admitted to having a physical relationship with her. || She does like self-portraits. She takes them and posts them all the time on Facebook. She thinks she doesn’t look bad for 55! They make a good pair.

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