» Pastor Suspected of Cheating on Wife Sues Sprint for Invasion of Privacy
Pastor Suspected of Cheating on Wife Sues Sprint for Invasion of Privacy
Carl J. Mimms III, pastor of the Freedom Tabernacle of Praise Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, is a piece of work. After his wife, Diane Mimms, suspected he was jumping off with a woman whose name is Wendy Taylor, she began to gather evidence. Realizing that his wife was on track to unveil the truth, the pastor tried to cover his tracks by calling Sprint and requested they add a passcode to his account and "to not allow anyone to have access to his account except for him." He also requested the company "shut down the Internet access to his account." It's in his lawsuit, which you can read, below. Anywho, despite his efforts, Diane was able to get her hands on all of the pastor's cell phone call logs and [insert swoop-down sound effect here] confronted him about the numerous calls he made to Wendy. But Diane didn't stop there: She summoned a meeting at the church where she also confronted pastor Mimms in front of several church members about his many calls to the alleged jumpoff. Awkward. The pastor now claims because Sprint released his call logs to his wife he suffered physical, mental and emotional distress. He's not done: He also claims he was humiliated, his reputation was damaged and he suffered pain and suffering. And the pièce de résistance: Pastor Mimms says his conversations with a Sprint employee caused his "blood pressure to increase, his head to perspire, and his heart rate to increase." Bwahahahahahaha!!!
Sidebar: It looks like the pastor and Diane are still together, because the photo of them hugged up (above) was taken last month. Their Facebook pages also confirm they're still married.