Infidelity Website Bidding $1M To Rename Ohio City, Cheaterville

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Feb. 16 2012, Published 2:00 p.m. ET

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By Amber Goodhand - Radar Reporter is already a go-to website to find photos and information on philandering lovers, but has exclusively learned it may now become a real city!

The website's founder, James McGibney, has drafted a bid for an offer to the city of Bucyrus, Ohio, to rename their city Cheaterville -- for $1 million.

"James is a former United States Marine and is a proud supporter of Bucyrus' current Mayor, Michael W. Jacobs, who is a Vietnam Veteran of the U.S. Army," a source close to James told us.

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"The proposal states that the city would officially become Cheaterville by August 1, 2012 and the website hopes to help give back to the small town people that make America so great."

When reached out to Cheaterville for comment, their rep confirmed the news and told us, "The offer will help the town with financing new schools, community centers, and help create a better life for its residents!"

Fun fact: Bucyrus is currently one of the only cities in the United States that doesn't have a cheater posted on Cheaterville -- giving it one of the lowest infidelity rates in America.


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