Charles Philips and mistress YaVaughnie Wilkins billboards removed
The billboards hanged at W. 52nd St. and Broadway that show Oracle co-President Charles Phillips and his mistress YaVaughnie Wilkins have been removed. The billboard was apparently the work of YaVaughnie Wilkins who wants to embarrass her ex-lover. The romantic-looking billboard was pulled out a day after it appeared in Times Square reports NY Daily News.
The billboards (possibly 3 of them in Manhattan) show a picture of YaVaughnie and Charles, with the quote “You are my soulmate forever! – cep” written at the top and the website “charlesphillipsandyavaughniewilkins.com” advertised at the bottom. The website points to an online photo album showcasing the apparent 8-year long love affair between the two.
Gawker got to interview the designer of the website named Bela Kovács, who then confirmed that Wilkins hired him to create the site.
“My understanding was that the site was for a gift to Charles, that’s what I was told,” Kovács told Gawker. “She was ecstatic when it finally launched and the whole thing was done… she gave me indication that Charles liked it,” too. But “she was my only source” on that.
The site is already inaccessible but Gawker has a gallery of pictures here.
[image credit: Gawker]