Two sisters who were attending the Atlanta Braves vs. Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game on Wednesday night claim they helped expose a man’s cheating wife after they caught her sexting with another man on her cellphone.
Delana and Brynn Hinson were sitting right behind the man’s spouse when they happened to catch the unidentified woman sexting a man saved as “Nancy’ in her phone, all while cuddling with her husband. The two quickly leaned over the woman’s shoulder and took pictures of her texts and posted them on Twitter, Brynn writing: “These hoes ain’t loyal so we expose em.”
Delana then decided to write a note to the man during the game that read: “Your wife is cheating on you. Look at the messages under Nancy! Its really a man named Mark Allen. There are pictures on my phone.”
In the photos posted on Twitter, the woman’s secret lover is listed as “Nancy” in her phone but refers to him as “Mark Allen.”
“My love … Mark Allen, I love … much …” one text, partially hidden by the woman’s hand, reads.
“I will be the naked … laying on the ground,” another reads.
One of the sisters also wrote her phone number on the note, saying she can share the photos if the texts get deleted, and added, at the end of the message, “Sorry, just thought you should know!”
As the man was leaving the game, the sisters quickly handed him the note. About 30 minutes later, the girls claim the man messaged them asking for the pictures.
— Brynn✨ (@LUV2BCH_) July 23, 2015
Brynn received a text messaging that read: ‘This is the guy you gave the message to at the ball game send me that pic please.’
— Delana W Hinson (@lanabaybee8) July 23, 2015
To demonstrate that the events weren’t faked, the sisters posted a video of when they were writing the note that evening and when the guy sent the text asking for the pictures.
It looks like they covered all the bases.
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