BlackBlueDog.com Staff Writer
We’re sure that Bishop Carl Mimms III would like to modify the Ten Commandments and add one more amendment: ”Thou Shalt Not give a man’s cell phone records to his wife when she’s trying to find out if he’s creeping around.”
The pastor was under the microscope of suspicion from his wife Diane, who believed that he might be getting into a few “unholy” activities in his spare time. That’s when she reached out to Sprint to find out who he’d been calling, texting and all that other stuff. the pastor is angry about Sprint releasing his personal records and is filing suit against the company for doing so.
Pastor, I mean Bishop Mimms is the head of the Freedom Tabernacle of Praise Church in Indiana. Mimms said that he specifically told Sprint not to release his personal information to anyone, including his wife. He was then told that the information would not be released to anyone.
Mimms’ wife found a way around the Pearly Gates of Sprint and got a hold of all of the pastor’s phone records. The pastor says that his wife then humiliated him in front of the entire congregation by confronting him on his doggish behavior.
According to the lawsuit, “Plaintiff’s conversation with that Sprint employee or representative caused Plaintiff’s blood pressure to increase, his head to perspire, and his heart rate to increase.”
Bishop Mimms also says that his teenage daughter was present when he was confronted, which made the situation that much worse. The Sprint Store’s manager, Abdul Entallaby apologized to Bishop Mimms and said that the employee who gave out the information no longer works there. That gives no comfort to Mimms. The pastor and his attorneys are suing Sprint for breach of confidentiality, negligence and invasion of privacy. His lawyer is Scott Barnhart.
He never specifically mentioned if his wife was telling the truth about him cheating. Maybe that’s for the Lord to work out later on.