Jeff Bezos’ Messages To Mistress Lauren Sanchez Are Messy As F*ck, Allegedly

Sergio Cunningham
January 13, 2019

A USA tabloid claims that Amazon founder Jeff Bezos sent naughty texts to his alleged mistress months before announcing his divorce from longtime wife MacKenzie.

Bezos netted about $24 billion over the course of 2018, more than other billionaires like Warren Buffett or Bill Gates, whom Bezos has traded places with as the richest person on Earth.

A source close to Bezos has claimed to The Post he and MacKenzie Bezos, 48, a novelist, separated a year ago "and then Jeff and Lauren started dating".

Bezos hasn't been spotted around his family home in Seattle.

"MacKenzie dreamt I redecorated the bedroom", Bezos dished to paramour Lauren Sanchez in September, according to the National Enquirer.

The National Enquirer reports that on May 13 of past year, he messaged Sanchez, "I want to smell you, I want to breathe you in".

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Sources close to the situation told The Blast that the Amazon CEO's legal team sent a letter to the news outlet Wednesday night, threatening litigation and clarifying the situation.

"Jeff was in great spirits and having lots of fun", the source said. Lauren was there but wasn't with Jeff all the time. Sanchez, a former Extra host, and her estranged husband, Patrick Whitesell, are reportedly mediating the end of their own marriage. The divorce comes as Bezos is at the height of his career, taking the mantle as the world's richest man, in charge of the world's most valuable company.

The two announced they were separating but had chose to continue their "shared lives as friends".

Bezos assured that the split is amicable saying, "We feel incredibly lucky to have found each other and deeply grateful for every one of the years we have been married to each other".

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 a year ago.

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