"Until now, I had no idea Miranda Kerr's husband had been embroiled in such controversy."

I have no doubt by now you’ve read all about Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel’s sex life.

Sure, you weren’t actively searching for the details when the supermodel spilled the ins and outs of her bedroom activity in February. But one too many headlines popped up in your Newsfeed, meaning by the fifth you felt it was your duty to be across the news of the day.

And what news of the day it was. Kerr, supermodel and former Victoria’s Secret Angel, admitted in an interview with The Times that her and Evan Spiegel were “waiting” until they marry to have sex.

Considering Kerr is the mother of a six-year-old and a confirmed non-virgin, the quotes took hold of the news cycle. And for Spiegel, founder of tech giant Snapchat and perhaps not as accustomed to the bright lights of stardom as his world-famous wife, his “traditional” values found themselves across every headline. Traditional being Kerr’s own words.

I, like so many others, was intrigued. For some strange reason, and one I can only put down to human nature, I have a natural curiosity in the inner-workings of high-profile relationships. Kerr’s admission was cool, different. I didn’t particularly care. The news couldn’t have affected me less.

So you can imagine my surprise when my colleague read the interview, did a small-scale roll of the eyes and found the admission interesting given 26-year-old Spiegel’s “history”.

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I’m sorry – what history?

A quick search online and I found the “history”. And it makes for interesting reading.

In 2014, a Silicon Valley website called Valleywag released a set of emails written by Spiegel during his college years.

The emails, written to other fraternity members, are lewd and grossly sexist. They could be indicative of college and fraternity culture, or it could speak volumes for his character. You can be the judge.

Spiegel is on record describing peeing on women, drinking underage, getting his friends laid by wasted “sororisluts”, getting high and shooting lasers at “fat chicks.”

Most of the quotes are too vulgar for me to publish here if I want to keep my job. However, these are just some of the highlights:

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"F*ck Bitches get leid."

“Hope at least six girl sucked your d*ck last night.”

"Have some girl put your large kappa sigma d*ck down her throat."

For someone who made their fortune from inventing a platform where messages disappear within seconds, you can imagine how much Spiegel wishes he had invented Snapchat before he started sprouting his misogyny all over Stanford email servers.

But alas, he didn't. And his words are held firmly in the throes of the web now.

In response, the Snapchat Founder and CEO wrote to Bloomberg saying he regretted his actions.

“I’m obviously mortified and embarrassed that my idiotic e-mails during my fraternity days were made public,” the then 23-year-old said. “I have no excuse. I’m sorry I wrote them at the time and I was jerk to have written them. They in no way reflect who I am today or my views towards women.”

Whether Spiegel is genuine and his character has evolved and matured since his college days is anyone's guess. But the stark contrast between the man we read about eight years ago, and the traditional man Kerr talks about today, couldn't be more pronounced.

So which one really is the true Evan Spiegel? The misogynist, or the traditionalist?

At 26, perhaps he sits somewhere in between.