veevee affair twitter attack on the other woman

ChaCha creator Scott Jones is in the middle of what appears to be an ongoing Twitter attack from his wife VeeVee, a professional poker player, who believes he is having an affair with a “marketing and PR assistant.”* Just a small selection of her tweets, many of which were collected by ValleyWag.

– Ruff ruff. Wonder if your husband knows? That you blow your boss? And then kiss him afterwards? You’re trifling good for nothing. <3

– Goddamnit she’s so ugly it makes me feel ugly lol

– If only her husband knew that every kiss he gave her, he was tasting my husband’s deposits :-/

– While I’m pregnant with his 5th baby, named after him, to save our marriage. He screws that ugly dog :-/ I’m so hurt & this is venting

– You blew him for a michael khors bag? Bitch I would’ve got you a MK bag just to leave us be… Jeesh.

– Hey anyone else want a piece of my husband get in line. Hoes would fuck for a cheap handbag. Isn’t that prostitution? Man at least a birkin!

Okay, yeah, let’s just be clear on something: do not ever bring a child, a living human being, into the world if it is for any reason involving “saving” something. A baby does not save a marriage. A marriage that requires a baby is a marriage not worth saving.

She also has tweeted things like this about her husband:

https://twitter.com/VeeVee/status/357752062076919808

https://twitter.com/VeeVee/status/357752795534868481

This actually makes me more sad than anything, because while she insists she has given him the “lion’s share” of anger, she’s primarily been slicing up the other woman via Twitter. In the public eye, she has mocked, insulted and slut shamed her, so it feels a little bit…uneven.

To be fair, she is coming from a very wounded place; her mindset is clearly set much more vindictive and hurt than forgiving and rational. It’s no easy task to completely leave a relationship regardless of how awful it is. But that doesn’t mean she needs to berate that woman to 53,000+ people while not commenting on her husband’s alleged choice to have an affair.

For the record, I have cheated and been cheated on. While I have never (knowingly) been “the other woman,” I’ve definitely acted as an active participant in transgressions from appropriate conduct when in a monogamous relationship. Regardless of the position I have been in, I believe it is always the person’s fault who cheated.

Yes, it totally sucks that somebody would willingly become intimate with a person who was in no position to do so (since sometimes, they have no idea), but ultimately, it is the perpetrator’s fault. They chose to hurt their spouse or partner. They chose to not simply end their relationship first. They chose to make decisions that sucked for all parties. Blame them. I mean, you’re welcome to hate “the other woman” (or man) — I certainly did — but don’t exclusively blame them.

*I purposely didn’t post the name of the woman because I feel like doing a witch hunt against a woman who maybe or maybe not slept with a married guy is ridiculous, and not something I particularly want to indirectly encourage. There are also a lot of photos of all involved on the Internet, but it didn’t feel right posting them considering the whole situation involves entirely too much personal attacking already — especially considering this ordeal will come up on every search engine whenever people search the name of the wife and the woman her husband had an affair with.

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