Reality TV personality Kenya Moore is reportedly in despair over a man she met on a television dating show who turned out to be married.
Let's back up a moment, James Freeman was not technically married when Moore met him on Millionaire Matchmaker. He got married a week before the show aired.
And, according to his wife, Freeman totally forgot he appeared on the show until the commercials began airing. Which means he was totally unimpressed with Moore -- as any man would be.
Here is Freeman's wife's statement to Radar Online, calling Kenya a liar:
“He said he went on two or three dates after the show aired with Kenya. He told me they just kissed and nothing else. He said she just wasn’t the right person for her, but he wished her the best.
“Kenya wrote to him saying that they should celebrate since their ratings were so high. But he told her that he had met someone and fell in love so it wasn’t appropriate for him to talk with her anymore.
Kenya wrote to him and told him that he hurt her brand. Of course he didn’t respond to her. But a little more than a week ago she reached out again and told him she needed a favor. When he asked what it was she told him she needed to talk to him in person. He didn’t want to do that so he didn’t respond.”
Kenya released this statement on Tuesday:
Unfortunately, I just learned today that the man I met and fell in love with from “Millionaire Matchmaker” was married a week after the show aired. I am astounded and devastated to have learned of this news VIA social media as opposed to from him directly. However, I still believe in love and my heart remains open to the man God has for me. I wish him well.
Freeman's wife said the couple met two months after the show was taped -- and they got married one week before the show aired.
She said they met in December and he proposed to her three months later.
For most American women, 2 or 3 months is all the time they need to decide if a man is suitable as a life partner. Some job applications require more experience on the job than that, but I digress.
Freeman's wife said they were married on April 3rd -- four months after they met. Their marriage has all the hallmarks of a rushed Dopamine sex relationship.
None of my female readers would be desperate enough to fall for a guy they just met, much less accept his marriage proposal after just three months.
Freeman's wife sounds like the type who falls easily for smooth talking narcissists like Frreman.
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