Jeff Bezos Shared Wife's Pillow Talk With Mistress, Boasted About U2's Bono
RANDY tech tycoon Jeff Bezos shared bedroom talk with his long-suffering WIFE to his MISTRESS — as the suspecting spouse began to question him about their affair, RadarOnline.com is reporting.
In another blockbuster text message exchange obtained by The National ENQUIRER , braggadocios billionaire Bezos confided to his lover Lauren Sanchez, the wife of powerful Hollywood mogul Patrick Whitesell, in September:
MacKenzie dreamt I redecorated the bedroom.
I kept doing it and it got weirder and weirder and weirder.
Until I was sewing stuffed turtles into the comforter.
Wife said: "That's not hard to interpret."
The disclosure of his "pillow talk" text shatters Bezos' insistence that his illicit affair did not torpedo his $144 billion marriage to the woman who helped him start Amazon and said 'I do' to 25 years ago, The ENQUIRER reported.
It also paints a stark picture of MacKenzie as a wife betrayed by her husband.
Turtles in a dream are supposedly an indication of closed personality and suggest a period of slow progress in someone's life.
"Around the time, MacKenzie also started to use brighter lipsticks and wear tighter dresses to try and win back Jeff's attention," a source explained to The ENQUIRER.
In another text, sent on Sept. 11, the horndog honcho praised mom-of-three Sanchez for advising him to contact rocker Bono of U2!
"Lauren, I'm in love with you. Deep. I know it sounds strange, but even little things like you suggesting I ask for extra training from Bell make my love for you expand and grow," he wrote.
"Makes me think of when you told me to ask Bono for music permission.
Your energy and ideas and competence and spirit turn me on."
It is not specifically known what Bezos wanted from Bono, but the U2 front-man and lead guitarist The Edge invested in on-demand Seattle-based trucking firm with Bezos and Bill Gates in May last year.
This chatter also raises serious questions about Bezos's judgment as the CEO of the most valuable company in the world, The ENQUIRER reported.
"He makes such big decisions at work and yet is like a teenager with his mistress. What could his board of directors be thinking now?" one industry observer noted.
The full message — during which Bezos tells his lover she was "meant for him" — reads as follows:
I am so full of love for you.
My heart is growing just so it can have room for you.
It's bigger than it's ever been and still swelling.
Lauren, I'm in love with you. Deep. I know it sounds strange, but even little things like you suggesting I ask for extra training from Bell make my love for you expand and grow.
Makes me think of when you told me to ask Bono for music permission.
Your energy and ideas and competence and spirit turn me on.
You make me better.
You're meant for me.
I know it more clearly than I've ever known anything.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Bezos sent a close-up of a "below-the-belt" selfie and several shirtless shots to the former TV anchor Sanchez months before the new couple said they started dating.
On June 1, 2018, he sent a loving message that read: "You know what I want? I want to get a little drunk with you tonight. Not falling down. Just a little drunk. I want to talk to you and plan with you. Listen and laugh … I basically WANT TO BE WITH YOU!!! Then I want to fall asleep with you and wake up tomorrow and read the paper with you and have coffee with you."
A source told The Enquirer the real reason behind Bezos' public position that he had separated from MacKenzie before he hooked up with Sanchez is to protect his children who were unaware their father had begun another relationship.
But there is a lot at stake in the divorce with Wall Street reacting — albeit mildly — to the scandalous developments at Amazon this week.
With millions of Americans having a vested interest in the e-commerce giant, investors are watching closely the high-flying stock that was down almost one percent Friday.
The New York Post reported:
Theoretically, MacKenzie Bezos could use her half of the 16 percent Amazon stake — which she appears to be entitled to under Washington state law — to wage a noisy shareholder battle against her soon-to-be ex-husband, as well as the company's board.
Among the potential beefs: Conflict-of-interest concerns raised by a National Enquirer report this week that Bezos hired Lin-Manuel Miranda to direct an Amazon Super Bowl commercial and insisted that his alleged mistress, former "Extra" anchor Lauren Sanchez, be on the production team.
While the possibilities are endless, most experts think such calamities are unlikely. That's despite the fact that the breakup comes amid shocking reports this week about Jeff Bezos' reported affair with Sanchez, including allegations that he sent her a slew of steamy texts and pictures.
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