The Cheaterville website has offered Kat Von D a sweet deal of $20K just to do a Public Service announcement with the cheating website's owner, James McGibney, who is a former United States marine. Apparently the big bad marine doesn't take too kindly to cheating partners. And rightly so!
Will Kat Von D help the ex-marine fight the war on cheating? Well, the artist is certainly not an A-list celebrity, but any publicity for the website and McGibney's cause will be helpful to battle this epidemic.
Cheating has become a prevalent part of society as a whole, especially in the good ole USA. In the world of celebrities, cheating has become a past-time! People now expect celebrities to be unfaithful to their spouses or significant others. This has got to stop, and McGibney is using Kat Von D to encourage his cause to fight the war on cheating.
So why all the sudden fuss about Von D? Recently, the tattoo artist tweeted about Jesse James: "No, my next book will not be about my cheating ex. There are way too many positive and inspiring things to write about instead." Uh-oh! Trouble in paradise... again?
Should Kat Von D have known that Jesse James would cheat on her? Yes! After all, James's affairs on Sandra Bullock were extremely public. Does that make his cheating ways right? No!
Maybe with Von D's endorsement, cheaterville.com can be more proactive in helping cheaters get exposed. But will this put a stop to cheating? Most likely... it will not. People commit crimes realizing that they will do jail time and that certainly hasn't deterred crime much at all.
According to a source that knows Kat Von D, cheaterville.com is "working out the final agreement with Kat Von D's people. She has been offered $20,000 and all she has to do is endorse the site and make a 30 second PSA with the site's owner . . . about anti-cheating and why cheating in Hollywood needs to stop now."
Do you think that McGibney seriously believes that a PSA from Kat Von D will stop celebrity cheating? No! But he most certainly hopes that this will give his website's profit margins a boost. Good marketing skills, McGibney!