The accusation that John Edwards used the services of "Millionaire Madam" Anna Gristina raised eyebrows. Edwards is the first john publicly linked to the alleged prostitution ring run on the Upper East Side.
In this country, we've seen enough political scandals to make Jenna Jameson look like a saint. From oral in the oval office to nude photos on Twitter, politicians have been making headlines for their marital problems, infidelity and momentary lapses in judgment. But, who's the worst offender who could benefit from a professional's services?
With the Iowa Caucus behind us, the 2012 Republican primaries are well under way. Treading the waters of an election can be strenuous on a new relationship, especially when political views lay on polar opposite ends of the spectrum. But before you yell, "Can't we all just get along?!" know that there are plenty of political ideals that singles do agree on.
In the wake of the Iowa caucuses, many pundits are scratching their heads. Favorites like Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich lost to the relative unknown, Rick Santorum, who tied with Mitt Romney at 24% of the vote. But perhaps, the result is less confusing when you look at it from the angle of love and relationships.
As they say, behind every great man is an even greater woman—or at the very least, one who's calling the shots when their husband isn't willing to do so. Whether or not you consider Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney or Donald Trump great, one thing you can't deny is that they're all very ambitious men, and all three of them have their wives to thank for it.
Weinergate was busted wide open today when Representative Anthony Weiner admitted to sending the lewd Twitpic that shocked the world. He broke down in tears, apologized, said he took full responsibility for his actions, destroyed any shreds of respect he might have had left as a politician... and then refused to resign from his office.
Unfaithful politicians and celebrities have been blowing up the news lately, thanks to the wandering eyes of a certain former action star—ahem, Schwarzenegger! But high status men and women aren't the only ones who cheat, and no matter where you are in the world, acts of infidelity are hard to ignore.
Complete this sentence: If my partner admitted to fathering a secret love child, I would....
Since we haven't seen a famous couple break up for a reason other than infidelity in a long time, it makes sense that the public and media have been dreaming up all kinds of reasons for Al and Tipper Gore's recent split. Most of these daydreams include cheating...and Star Magazine would like us to believe that Al was carrying on an affair for the past two years with Laurie David, producer of "An Inconvenient Truth" and comedian Larry David's ex-wife.
Rielle Hunter denies she ended John Edwards' marriage. Do homewreckers get unfair blame for affairs? "Well, his relationship with her and the problems in it really had nothing to do with me," Rielle Hunter said. "Infidelity doesn't happen in healthy marriages. The break in the marriage happens before the infidelity. And that break happened, you know, two and a half decades before I got there. So the home was wrecked already. I was not the Home Wrecker."
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.
John Edwards is moving the mother of his love-child into his upscale, waterfront North Carolina neighborhood and will help raise their baby, says the National Enquirer in yet another exclusive report on the disgraced former Presidential candidate. Although lacking proof, sources close to other-woman Rielle Hunter say they believe Edwards is paying for her move.
Given the plethora of niche dating sites out there, finding one expressly for fans of politician Ron Paul, should not have come as a surprise. Unlike Obamadatingsite.com, which features nary an ode to our President beyond his namesake, RonPaulSingles.com caters to fans of the Texan Congressman. At the time of this post, there were currently 113 members registered on the site—84 men and 29 women—all presumably poised to find love among fellow Federal government haters.