Between Tiger Woods and Brad Pitt, it really isn't surprising that Hollywood men cheat on their wives, is it? Check out this surprising list of celebrity hubbies who just couldn't resist the temptation.
Well, "X Files" fans, it appears that if you want something hard enough and long enough — if you just believe — it may actually come true.
Another Hollywood marriage goes bust, and, this time, it's not over a secret love child. (At least, as far as we know.) After 14 years of marriage, actors Tea Leoni and David Duchovny have separated again, reports People Magazine. "In light of continuous speculation over the lives and marriage of Tea Leoni and David Duchovny, the couple has confirmed that they have in fact been separated for several months," their reps confirmed in a statement. "The couple had hoped to keep this separation private for the sake of their children."
While the treatment center will not confirm it, Tiger Woods is rumored to be undergoing sex rehab in Mississippi, where his wife Elin Nordergren has reportedly visited him. Tiger is just the latest celebrity in what appears to be a slew of notable people (David Duchovny, Steve Phillips) checking in to sex rehab following a public sex scandal. Accurate numbers don't exist, but a Time expert believes that approximately 5 percent of Americans suffer from sex addiction, most of whom are men. Is Your Partner a Sex Addict?
David Duchovny first broke it to the mainstream media, Bryan Jenkins, the reality TV show contestant who allegedly murdered his wife, was rumored to have suffered from it, and now, ex-ESPN analyst Steve Philips is seeking rehab for it after a sordid affair with a young production assistant. We're talking about sex addiction and the gossip media is all abuzz about this newfangled condition since these three recent, high-profile cases. Does sex addiction go hand-in-hand with infidelity? If so, what's to keep any serial cheater from using addiction as his excuse? Here are some interesting facts about sex addiction to keep you in the know.
Adorable Purina pitchman David Duchovny and his estranged wife, Téa Leoni, have decided to give their 11-year marriage another chance, Star Pulse reports. To commemorate their reunion, they've gotten matching ring-finger tattoos (which aren't always a good idea, y'all) in lieu of new wedding rings, since Duchovny hates wearing a metal ring. "I hate wearing the metal because I bang it everywhere and hurt myself," he said. "We made a compromise and I said, 'If I get a tattoo, can I take the ring off?' She liked it and went out and got one for herself." Duchovny and Leoni split in October when news broke he was being treated for sex addiction
What hell hath David Duchovny's sex addiction wrought? Per reports, Duchovny's sin of choice was self abuse (before he was cured). This has led to a lively discussing about what entails infidelity. And is masturbating on the list? If so, seriously? What if that's the only way someone can orgasm? This and many more questions deserve answers. Also, Bree Sharp's "David Duchovny Why Won't You Love Me?" is a totally appropriate song.
According to The Superficial, who got their inside scoop from trustworthy source, People Magazine, Duchovny and Leoni have secretly been separated for months. *Gasp*! And we thought everything was dandy with the couple, despite Duchovny being treated for sex addiction in September and rumors of a romance between Billy Bob Thornton and Tea Leoni. (Quite an odd pair, if I don't say so myself.) Allegedly, Duchovny and Leoni didn't want to make the separation because they were trying to protect their children. Fair enough.
Weird. It looks like David Duchovny is admitting the first step: he has a problem with sex. Not the kind of problem that would require Viagra, more like the kind of problem that would require counseling. It turns out that he's a sex addict just like his character Hank Moody. Life: this is Art. Art: Life. Go have fun.