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‘I Want To Smell You!’ Jeff Bezos’ Raunchy Texts To His Mistress Revealed

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Jeff Bezos Raunchy Sex Texts To Mistress

Jeff Bezos was sending his mistress sleazy text messages and gushing love notes in spring last year — months before Bezos and his wife announced on Twitter that they were separating.

The National ENQUIRER reported the Amazon founder — worth an eye-watering $144 billion — waxed lyrical to his mistress, Lauren Sanchez, the wife of powerful Hollywood talent agent Patrick Whitesell, in April 2018.

In one message obtained by The ENQUIRER, Bezos, 54, wrote: “I love you, alive girl. I will show you with my body, and my lips and my eyes, very soon.”

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In another pillow talk exchange on May 13, the horn-dog billionaire wrote: “I want to smell you, I want to breathe you in. I want to hold you tight. …I want to kiss your lips….I love you. I am in love with you.”

The revelation of the time-stamped text makes clear that the relationship between Bezos and Sanchez began long before the Bezos’ public announcement of their separation.

A lawyer representing Bezos claimed to The ENQUIRER that it was “widely known” Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos had been “long separated.”

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Yet the pair first announced their separation this Wednesday morning — close to 48 hours after The ENQUIRER informed Bezos of its intention to print the conclusion of a four-month undercover investigation.

A source close to Sanchez said they had separated from their spouses “in the fall.”

The text messages, however, were seemingly sent before the summer.

Bezos — who owns The Washington Post — was at pains to point out through a lawyer that he “supports journalistic efforts and does not intend to discourage reporting about him.”

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