Jenny Sanford's top choice to replace her cheating husband in South Carolina, Nikki Haley, has just been accused of having an affair of her own. Could Gov. Mark Sanford's ex-wife really be that poor a judge of character? Or is this just more political mudslinging? Conservative blogger and former aide to Gov. Sanford, Will Folks, announced today on his blog, FITSNews, that he had a sexual relationship with Nikki several years ago...
Jenny Sanford is talking to everyone in the hopes of selling a bazillion copies of her new book, "Staying True"...One interviewer who didn't just lob softballs at Jenny was GMA's new co-host George Stephanopoulos, who asked her if, after the scandal broke, she "called legislators to save her husband's job." Although she was thrown for a second, Jenny proved that living with a politician all those years rubbed off on her by answering, "Not to my knowledge. I don't recall calling anybody."
In an exclusive interview with 20/20's Barbara Walters, the governor's wife, Jenny Sanford, opens up about her marriage, revealing that Mark requested to remove the fidelity clause from their marriage vows. In a huge WTF moment, Jenny married Mark anyway, explaining "I questioned it, but I got past it ... along with other doubts that I had."
While her husband, Governor Mark Sanford, awaits impeachment in South Carolina, Jenny moves on.
Sarah Palin, Ted Kennedy, John Edwards and Mark Sanford shocked us in summer of '09. Read the highlights of their scandals, courtesy of YourTango's Celebrity Love blog.
Diamonds, God and reality shows. What do these three things have in common? They're all ways and means recent celebrity women have handled their part in an affair. In more simplified terms, high-profile ladies seem to go one of three routes when trying to get over their part in an affair:
This July 4th, perhaps the focus for Mr. and Mrs. Politician should be more on the fireworks happening between their sheets (or lack thereof) rather than the one’s overlooking the Washington Monument. That’s right, this holiday, if you love your country then please shag your partner.
It's been a rough week or so for South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford. Not only has his affair with Argentina native Maria Belen Shapur come out, but since this revelation many of the state's lawmakers are calling on Sanford to step down. And while the governor insists that he is ready to "fall back in love" with his wife, Jenny, he has also sought to take control of the situation. And by control, we mean blow up any credibility he had left. In an inteview with The Associated Press, Sanford said he has flirtations with other women, but "didn't cross the sex line." He also called Belen Shapur his "soul mate," but said he was committed to his wife.
This story has it all: infidelity, Argentina, the state of South Carolina, sex, lies and the Appalachian Trail. Governor Mark Sanford trysted in South America while South Carolina was operating sans a chief executive. On top of that, his wife, Jenny Sanford, knew of his perfidy and was in the midst of separating from him.
Bob Rohrman, who owns 26 car dealerships through Illinois and Indiana, is suing his wife Ronda's lover, a plastic surgeon. He claims he and his third wife had been happily married since 2002 until the nip-tuck doctor stole away Ronda's affections. What's the legal basis for this, you ask? Only a handful of states still allow this type of lawsuit, known as "alienation of affections."