You can read it on your own. I just want to fill in a few things. Take a look at this:
Over many years, in the five households the couple shared, the wife hired scores of servants to help take care of her rich husband. Then, in 2005, she hired someone to tail him. Margaret Ritchie Rhea Battle Scaife (whose friends call her Ritchie) suspected Richard Mellon Scaife (whose friends call him Dick) of committing adultery, so she enlisted the services of an investigator.And a few lines later:
In December of 2005, the private detective proved Ritchie’s fears to have been well founded: he took pictures showing the reclusive 75-year-old billionaire with a woman named Tammy Vasco, a tall, blonde 43-year-old whose criminal history includes two arrests for prostitution. The pair was photographed at Doug’s Motel, a roadside establishment near Pittsburgh, where rooms rent for $49 a night, or $31 for three hours.So, my friends, what does this Doug's place look like? It looks like this:
I googled the name and went to the map. Google has a new feature called "street view" and it offered up that picture at the address to Doug's Motel. I realise the sign doesn't say "Doug's Motel" but this one does:
Found the pic at Flickr. Same general address (Route 30 in Irwin) Same foundation, same general shape - the only difference is the name change.
The deeply pocketed billionaire took his mistress to that roadside pay-by-the-hour motel - how funny is that?
Another quotation from Vanity Fair:
The estranged couple and their intimates aren’t the only ones with an interest in this divorce. Richard Mellon Scaife is the man who funded the movement that made “family values” a watchword of the right and badly damaged the Clinton presidency. Many would now dearly love to hang him in the gallery of hypocrites whose Dickensian comeuppance exposes the moral bankruptcy of the culture wars.
Couldn't have said it better myself.