NBA star Kobe Bryant is no different than any other powerful, wealthy man who desires a little variety to spice up his sex life. Luckily, he's married to a submissive Latina woman who understands that her place is in the home raising their two daughters. Besides, there's nothing he can do to her that a $4 million, 10-carat ring won't fix.
You recall that sexual assault case in 2008 when a hotel desk clerk complained that Kobe brutally sodomized her? It turned out she was lying -- the sex was consensual. Kobe supposedly learned his lesson and started treating his extramarital sexcapades as business transactions. But now a hooker has come forward to say that Kobe didn't put a ring on it like he promised:
Selina Miller, an Ohio prostitute (as listed on her resume) filed a lawsuit last week in Orange County Superior Court. Selina is claiming that Kobe gave her a “completed and signed agreement” to provide her with a ring. Of course the promise always came during their sexual liaison. “He likes playing games with women more than people know,” she said. “I’m upset because he promised me a ring [during one visit], and then some other people influenced him, and I didn’t get it. He thinks he can stop by my house any time he wants to. There are other women, too. One of them got a ring.” Kobe’s infidelities have already cost him a multi-million dollar ring. I guess any woman would be mad to know that she gave him this negro some head and tail and didn’t get the ring but other whores did.
Acccording to the NY Post, the chambermaid who accused Dominique Strauss-Khan of sexually assaulting her in a swanky hotel suite in May, was, in fact, a hooker who provided sexual services in addition to her housekeeping duties.
Strauss-Kahn, 63, was dragged off a commercial jet at Kennedy airport on May 15, and arrested for allegedly raping a hotel maid. A Manhattan judge set Strauss-Kahn's bail at $6 million -- $1 million of that in cash. After spending a week in jail on suicide watch, he was subsequently released to home confinement at considerable expense to his long suffering wife, who traveled from her home in France to bail him out.
But the maid, 32-year-old Nafissatou Diallo, has since been outed by defense attorneys, and the NY Post, as a hooker who lied on her application for asylum in the U.S. Diallo allegedly lied about being gang raped in Guinea.
Strauss-Khan was set free on his own recognizance yesterday. The smear campaign against Diallo got off to a running start almost immediately after Strauss-Khan was arrested.
In short order we learned that Diallo was probably HIV+ because she lived in a flop house specifically for HIV+ residents.
According to the Post, Diallo was "collecting cash on the side from male guests" at the luxury Sofitel hotel in NYC where she worked. "There is information . . . of her getting extraordinary tips" from hotel guests, according to the Post.
"When you're a chambermaid at Local 6, when you first get to the US, you start at the motels at JFK [Airport]. You don't start at the Sofitel," a source told the Post. "There's a whole squad of people who saw her as an earner."
The woman also had "a lot of her expenses -- hair braiding, salon expenses -- paid for by men not related to her," the source said.
Diallo made a decent living on wages and tips -- over $100,000 -- that she deposited into her bank account, according to the NY Post.
I guess Dwyane Wade isn't the only star caught creeping with a blonde recently. Chris Hansen, the austere host of MSNBC's long running series 'To Catch a Predator', was caught cheating on his wife with a blonde reporter while on assignment in West Palm Beach, Florida.
According to London's Daily Mail, Hansen was caught in a sting by the National Enquirer. Hansen, 51, has been engaged in a four-month affair with Kristyn Caddell, a 30-year-old news anchor for an NBC affiliate, according to Popeater.com.
He didn't say it in those exact words, but former child star Aaron Carter finally admitted that pop icon Michael Jackson tried to get him high and drunk so he could have his way with him. At the time, Carter, the younger brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, was 15 and riding a wave of success as a teen pop star.
I never talked about it. This is the first time. I do…I miss Michael. I have spent such incredible times with him. I did things with him that nobody else did. But I was also troubled about what he did to me. Yes, he gave me wine. I mean, I could have refused, but I was 15. He gave me cocaine. I felt weird about that and other stuff. We spoke afterwards, hours and hours, on the phone. I admired Michael, but his behavior bothered me a lot. Then my mother called the police.
I believe him. Rumors swirled for years about Jackson's interest in the adolescent Carter. But Carter consistently denied the rumors. Carter, now 23, fit the profile of the young, white tenderoni's that Jackson was attracted to. Jackson even dyed his eldest son's hair to make him look more like Carter.
Update: According to the Huffington Post, Mark Halperin was suspended from his position as an analyst on MSNBC this morning.
We here at Sandrarose.com wholeheartedly believe in the Constitutional right to free speech. But what MSNBC's Mark Halperin said about U.S. President Barack Obama went way over the line of common decency and respect.
According to the Washington Post blog, Halperin, a political analyst on MSNBC, called Obama "a dick" during Thursday morning's live broadcast of “Morning Joe.”
Halperin asked if there was a 7-second delay on because he wanted to comment on "how the president behaved" during a press conference that Obama held on Wednesday. Halperin then said, "I thought he was kind of a dick yesterday."
Halperin immediately apologized for his "joke" when he was told there was no 7-second delay -- but his apology was neither honest nor sincere. Remember, Haperin asked if there was a 7-second delay on, so he knew what he was going to say before he said it.
The left-wing media is treating Halperin's comments as a slip of the tongue, or a "gaffe" -- this is the codeword they use when they hold one of their own in high regard, and they don't want to ruin his career.
Imagine what would have happened if Glenn Beck or Sean Hannity called Obama "a dick" on live television.
Accoding to the Huffington Post, former NY Congressman Anthony Weiner has announced his resignation from Congress.
Embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) announced at a press conference Thursday that he is resigning from Congress, making him the first congressman whose career was wrecked by indiscretions on Twitter.
Weiner, who mistakenly tweeted a photo of his underwear-clad erection last month and then lied to cover it up, had been under escalating pressure to quit as one embarrassing revelation after another came to light. The New York Times was first to report on Thursday that he had succumbed to that pressure.
It's over folks! Keep it moving. There's nothing to see here...
Arnold Schwarzenegger's mistress denies allegations that she sold the exclusive rights to her story (and pictures of her son) for six figures.
According to gossip website TMZ.com, Arnold Schwarzenegger's baby mama Mildred Baena claims she did NOT make one single cent for the tell-all interview she gave to Hello! Magazine... insisting it wasn't about the money.
"Mildred was tired of people selling their lies to the media or claiming to speak for her when they do not ... She gave the interview in order to set the record straight once and for all," her lawyers told TMZ.
Her lawyer adds, "All she wanted to do was put the lies and rumors to rest. And we believe that she has done that through this interview."
Some skeptics believe Baena may have embellished her story (lied her azz off) about Maria Shriver's reaction to finding out about Baena and Arnold's son Joseph.
Baena recalls that Shriver held her and cried with her when she learned about Joseph's paternity.
TMZ says no one from HELLO! magazine's writing staff interviewed Baena. Supposedly, the full transcript of Baena's story was delivered to the magazine by a freelance reporter "who has a personal relationship with Baena's lawyer."
Last week rumors swirled that embattled preacher Eddie Long's wife had packed her things and moved out of their opulent mansion in Decatur.
Not true says the spokesman for New Birth Missionary Baptist Church. The church released a statement saying the rumor was ignored because the church is focusing on doing God's work, but “many people can’t discern the difference between legitimate journalists and irresponsible bloggers.”
According to Long’s rep Art Franklin, "Mrs. Long has not moved out and is very much a loving, dedicated and committed wife and mother.”
“It is unfortunate that anyone would make such hateful and damaging false claims of this nature. These cruel and insensitive rumors have the potential to cause immeasurable pain and suffering. Those involved should feel obligated to retract their earlier statements,” Franklin said. Source
U.S. President Barack Obama said he would resign if he were in NY Congressman Anthony Weiner's shoes.
Obama said Monday that Weiner's behavior -- sending vulgar photos of himself to at least six women on the Internet -- was "highly inappropriate" and that Weiner had embarrassed himself, his wife and his family.
Obama stopped short of calling for Weiner's resignation, and he doesn't have the power to fire Weiner. But Obama said Weiner "should probably step back" if he couldn't perform his job duties effectively.
Obama made the statements during an interview for NBC's "Today Show" on Monday.
A White House spokesman called the media frenzy surrounding Weiner "a distraction from the important business that this President needs to conduct and Congress needs to conduct."
Weiner has stubbornly refused to step down despite calls from fellow Democrats to resign. About 20 of Weiner's constituents rallied in front of his office calling for his resignation on Monday.
The embattled congressman took a leave of absence on Friday to seek unspecified treatment for an unspecified problem. Weiner most likely suffers from narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), which is very difficult to cure.