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A woman claims an attorney for Trey Songz's alleged victim offered her up to $200,000 to change her story.

The promiscuous R&B singer has been accused of sexual assault by multiple victims, including a woman named Jauhara Jeffries — who filed a lawsuit claiming he assaulted her at a 2017 New Year's Eve party in Miami.

TMZ obtained a transcript from a recent court hearing, where a woman named Mariah Thielen claims she spoke with Jeffries' attorney, Ariel Mitchell, in April 2021 at a bar in Miami. Thielen says Mitchell smelled like weed and was carrying a gun.


According to the transcript, Thielen -- who was with Jeffries the night of Trey's alleged assault -- says Mitchell offered to pay between $100k-$200k if she'd lie and say she witnessed Trey sexually assault Jeffries.

She said Mitchell wanted her to claim that Trey assaulted her too. Mitchell allegedly said she was trying to portray Trey as "the next R. Kelly."

Thielen claims she turned down Mitchell's offer and reported the meeting to Trey's legal team a short time later.

Mitchell denies the claims, telling TMZ, "We're highly confident and certain the court will find the witness committed perjury. Parties are still awaiting the judges' further instructions on how to proceed given the witness’s inconsistent testimony during the hearing."

Mitchell's partner, George Vrabeck, withdrew from the case, according to TMZ, but Mitchell says that's only because, "He will be representing me against the parties involved in this disgraceful motion brought by Trey Songz and his representatives."

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Just when Kevin Samuels' followers thought they found his successor, their hopes have been shattered.

Jesse Lee Peterson, a Los Angeles-based pastor, was a shining star in the growing "manosphere" movement.

The manosphere is a testosterone-fueled community of masculine, conservative men who value the nearly forgotten traditional male and female gender roles.

The men of the manosphere were crushed when their leader, Kevin Samuels, died of a cardiac arrest in his Atlanta apartment on May 5.

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Samuels' distraught followers turned to the Internet in search of another fearless leader.

They turned to Pastor Peterson, the president of the manosphere, and soon crowned him as Kevin's replacement. Pastor Peterson shared some of the same traditional gender norms as Samuels and his followers.

Peterson believes women should stay in their place and that men should be the head of the household.

According to The Daily Beast, Peterson once claimed that a woman who orgasms during sex is "becoming a man".

Peterson is also a vocal anti-gay activist. He once called gay people "Satan," and said that "radical homosexuals are evil."

So it came as a surprise when the pastor's homosexual hookups came forward and accused him of being a gay groomer.

In June, Milo Yiannopoulos, who now interns for Marjorie Taylor Greene, released a nearly 30-minute investigation into Peterson called "Amazing Disgrace."

In the video, a Church Militant reporter interviewed two men who alleged they had sexual contact with Peterson.

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Church Militant also spoke with a man named Patrick Rooney (right), a past lover who knew the pastor for 30 years.

Rooney said that, soon after they met, Peterson asked him if he was gay. Rooney described Peterson doing "horseplay" to get closer to him. "He would grab me and we would wrestle around a little bit, and I would feel his private parts against me," Rooney said.

"I'm very sorry to have Jesse's situation damage the conservative movement," said Rooney.

Peterson, who claims he is celibate, has avoided the scandal by not returning reporters' phone calls or emails.

In June, a caller to his online show managed to get a question in about the controversy. "I'm just kind of confused. Why haven't you addressed the issue of the gay documentary?" she asked.

"Uh, it's not concerning to me," Peterson told his audience before hanging up on her.

"What a wicked woman!" he declared.

Watch the video below.

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Boxing legend George Foreman is going public with extortion attempts by two women who alleges that he sexually abused them.

The former heavyweight champion says the women are trying to extort him out of millions of dollars.

Sources close to Foreman tell TMZ Sports that a lawsuit is expected to be filed in Los Angeles this week by two women.

In a case that sounds similar to convicted R&B singer R. Kelly, the two women's fathers apparently had a working relationship with Foreman decades ago.

The lawsuit, according to TMZ sources, claims Foreman, 73, sexually abused the women in the 1970s.

TMZ sources say the women are asking for $12.5 Million each in what Foreman believes to be an extortion plot.

"Over the past six months, two women have been trying to extort millions of dollars each from me and my family," Foreman said in a statement issued on Wednesday.

"They are falsely claiming that I sexually abused them over 45 years ago in the 1970s."

"I adamantly and categorically deny these allegations. The pride I take in my reputation means as much to me as my sports accomplishments, and I will not be intimidated by baseless threats and lies."

He continued" "I am, and always will be, guided by my faith and trust in God. I will work with my lawyers to fully and truthfully expose my accusers' scheme and defend myself in court. I don't pick fights, but I don't run away from them either."

The two-time heavyweight champion boxer is best known today as a pitchman for the George Foreman Grill. He reportedly has a net worth of around $300 million.

Foreman has 12 children: five sons (all named George) and seven daughters.

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A lawyer representing Deshaun Watson says 20 0f 24 lawsuits filed against him by massage therapists have been settled. The 4 remaining lawsuits are expected to go to trial.

The Cleveland Browns quarterback has reached an agreement to settle 20 of the 24 civil lawsuits filed by women who claimed he sexually harassed them during massage therapy sessions, an attorney for the women said Tuesday.

"Today I announce that all cases against Deshaun Watson, with the exception of four, have settled. We are working through the paperwork related to those settlements," said attorney Tony Buzbee, who is representing all 24 women. "Once we have done so, those particular cases will be dismissed. The terms and amounts of the settlements are confidential. We won't comment further on the settlements or those cases."

Buzbee said 4 of the lawsuits are not settled and will go to trial.

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"I never assaulted anyone," Watson said in his first public comments since signing with the Cleveland Browns in March. "I never harassed anyone or I never disrespected anyone. I never forced anyone to do anything."

Watson previously settled lawsuits by women in Houston before departing for Ohio.

In March, two separate Texas grand juries declined to indict Watson on criminal charges. But the NFL is considering suspending the promiscuous quarterback for the entire season.

Watson signed a 5 year, $230 million contract with the Browns, including a $44.9 million signing bonus in March.

It isn't clear what will happen to his contract if he is suspended for the entire year.

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The NFL will likely seek a suspension for an entire season for Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson, said a source with knowledge of the league's internal investigation.

The NFL Players' Association is expecting Watson to be hit with "unprecedented" punishment for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, according to ProFootballTalk.com.

Watson will likely be suspended for an entire season or until the lawsuits have been settled, the source told The Association Press.

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The NFLPA is defending Watson and will point out the league's double-standard for its owners if Watson is suspended for a full season.

24 massage therapists have filed lawsuits against Watson and 2 more accusers have stepped forward.

A source in Watson's camp cautioned the media to be "careful" about specifying how long the suspension will last.

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The FBI reportedly questioned at least one of the women about her allegations.

Houston Police Detective Kamesha Baker explained the FBI's involvement in the case during a deposition earlier this month. Baker, who questioned 10 of the accusers, said the FBI is investigating whether Watson is being extorted by the women.


Over 60 women have acknowledged providing masseuse services to the Cleveland Browns quarterback.

On Tuesday, Watson continued to deny the allegations.

"I never assaulted anyone," Watson said. "I never harassed anyone or I never disrespected anyone. I never forced anyone to do anything."

In a deposition last month, Watson admitted making massage therapist Ashley Solis cry by exposing himself to her after a massage session.

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Deshaun Watson is facing a 24th civil lawsuit filed by an accuser who claims she gave him a massage and he finished the session with a "happy ending" on her face and chest.

In the court documents, the 24th accuser said that Watson masturbated in front of her and ejaculated on her face and chest.

The unidentified plaintiff said she stopped the massage after Watson got an erection, and that he continued to pleasure himself then ejaculated, splashing some on her chest and face. She says she quit doing massage therapy soon after.


Watson is pictured recently with his longtime fiancee Jilly Anais who is sticking by him.

According to Cleveland.com, the newest lawsuit mentioned an interview by Watson's attorney Rusty Hardin on SportsRadio 610 last Friday, where Hardin stated that happy endings were not illegal in most jurisdictions.

The plaintiff's attorney Tony Buzzbee later said Hardin's comments will hurt Watson in court.

Buzzbee told ESPN's John Barr that Hardin "may have single-handedly lost his client's case because I'm absolutely going to use that comment because I think it speaks volumes to how he, his team and his client think about the massage industry."

Watson recently offered the plaintiffs $100,000 each to make the lawsuits go away, but they declined.

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Earlier this year, a grand jury cleared the 26-year-old quarterback of sexual assault charges and declined to indict him.

Watson was rewarded with a $250 million contract from the Cleveland Browns soon after.


Deshaun Watson and his girlfriend Jilly Anais stepped out to dinner at Giorgio Baldi on Saturday, as the NFL concluded its investigation into sex assault allegations.

Jilly is standing by her man despite the confirmed allegations against him.


As you know, nearly 2 dozen massage therapists accused the Cleveland Browns star of sexual misconduct. He faces 22 civil lawsuits filed by his accusers.


During one deposition, Watson admitted making a massage therapist cry after he exposed himself to her. He also confessed that he had consensual sex with three massage therapists.

The victims have been interviewed by NFL investigators. According to reports, the NFL is prepared to make a determination based on the evidence.

A number of sports analysts agree a suspension is likely. The question is how many games will he be suspended.

Some observers speculate his suspension could range from one game to 12 games. There are 17 games in a regular NFL season.

After a grand jury declined to indict Watson on sex assault charges, he signed a $230 million contract with the Browns. Some Browns fans canceled their season tickets as a result.

Meanwhile, Houston Texans coach Lovie Smith says he made the right decision to cut Watson loose after he requested a trade in 2021.

"You know, sometimes divorce is good," Smith told Cris Collinsworth on a podcast. "Again, I don't know what all happened, the accusations are there. If they have merit, that will all come out in time, but for our football team, we needed to move on."


Another Trey Songz accuser has come forward demanding he pay her for allegedly exposing her chest during a party in 2013.

Megan Johnson's attorneys fired off a demand letter on behalf of their client after he reportedly paid off his Las Vegas accuser and that lawsuit was dropped.

The demand letter, obtained by TMZ, was sent to Trey and his team Thursday by attorneys George Vrabeck and Ariel Mitchell. They claim Johnson was sexually assaulted by Trey during an event called "Foxwoods Liquid Sundays with Trey Songz" at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT.


According to the letter, Johnson's friend was taking a picture of her, when Trey allegedly approached from behind and pulled her bikini top - exposing her breasts - while repeatedly chanting "T*tty in the Open".

In the video, Johnson quickly reaches up to cover her chest while laughing off the incident.

While Megan appears to be laughing, her attorneys claim she was crying inside from the humiliation.

The attorneys say Johnson was recently triggered after Trey's Las Vegas lawsuit - for sexually assaulting Dylan Gonzalez, who plays for Master P's New Orleans Gators. Her case was dropped by authorities after Trey reportedly settled out of court.

Johnson's lawyers say they will also drop their case if Trey coughs up over $5 million.


According to TMZ, the statute of limitations for this kind of lawsuit in Connecticut is 3 years. But Johnson can still file if she claims she lost her memory, but it returned when she heard about the Las Vegas settlement.

Johnson's lawyers give Trey until May 5 to respond.


A former dancer has accused rapper Snoop Dogg of sexually assaulting her in a recording studio restroom in 2013. The allegation comes ahead of Snoop Dogg's headlining gig at the Super Bowl at Sofi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. on Saturday.

The woman, who is identified as Jane Doe in court documents obtained by PEOPLE, filed a lawsuit against Snoop, born Calvin Broadus Jr. and his long-term friend and hip hop personality Bishop Don Juan (real name Donald Campbell).

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In the lawsuit filed in California on Thursday, Jane Doe – who is described as a professional dancer, host, model and actress – alleges that she was assaulted by Snoop and Don Juan in 2013.

Jane Doe alleges she and a friend went to one of the rapper's performances at Club Heat Ultra Lounge in Anaheim, California. They went to the VIP area during the event, and "ran into" Don Juan, according to the complaint.

Don Juan, 71, allegedly invited Jane Doe to Snoop's studio, where he allegedly told her, "I can take you home or I can take you back to my place with me." The complaint alleges the woman asked to be taken home, according to PEOPLE.

The filing claims the woman fell asleep in the car and when she awoke the car was pulling up to Don Juan's home. She claims she was "exhausted" and fell back to sleep.

She then alleges she woke up to Don Juan forcing her to perform oral sex on him. Afterwards, Don Juan drove the woman to a recording studio where Snoop was taping the television series "Snoop Dogg's Double G News Network."


Jane Doe claims she felt ill and went to the restroom where she alleges Snoop entered and forced her to perform oral sex on him. She complied, allegedly, because she "was panicked and terrified" and feared for her life.

"Plaintiff found herself thinking about her job security if she displeased Defendant Snoop Dogg," according to the lawsuit.

Snoop, 50, has denied the allegations, writing on Instagram: "gold digger season is here".

On Thursday Snoop released a track that features him free-styling over the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" theme.

Snoop recently purchased the rights to Death Row Records, the notorious independent record label that helped launch his rap career under the management of incarcerated Death Row Records founder Suge Knight.

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Trey Songz denied allegations that he raped former UNLV basketball player Dylan Gonzalez in a Las Vegas hotel in November.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department confirmed to PEOPLE that officers responded to "a report of a sexual assault incident alleged to have occurred at a hotel in the 3700 block of South Las Vegas Boulevard" involving the R&B singer, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson.

The 37-year-old father-of-one is reportedly "cooperating with the investigation" and "no arrests have been made," police said in a statement to PEOPLE.

Last month, Gonzalez, 27, tweeted: "Trey Songz is a rapist. Lord forgive me I Couldn't hold that in another year. See you in 2022."

Dylan took to Twitter again on Tuesday to share more details about her ordeal.

"With what seems like endlessly reoccurring news of the alleged sexual assaults committed by Trey Songz, I am forced to repeatedly relive in my mind, and suffer anew, the long-suppressed horror and unbearable PTSD of my rape by his very hands at a well known Las Vegas hotel...

"I want to send my love, strength, and hope to all who are victims of sexual assault and its fatal nature. You are not alone."

Gonzalez's attorneys, George Vrabeck and Ariel Mitchell, told PEOPLE they are planning to take legal action against Songz in the coming weeks.

Songz reacted to Gonzalez's tweet through his representative on Tuesday.

"Trey and his team are confident in the legal process and that there will be an abundance of exonerating information to come over the next few weeks," the rep said in a statement to TMZ.

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After graduating from UNLV, Dylan (right) signed with the New Orleans Gators women's basketball team in 2020 alongside her twin sister, Dakota (left), who also played for the UNLV Women Running Rebels' basketball team.

The twins first went viral in 2015 after rapper Drake attended a UNLV women's basketball game.

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Songz has a history of allegations of unlawful and felonious behavior with women.

In August 2020, a woman, who publicly identified herself as Aliza, accused Songz of urinating on her during a random sexual encounter. Songz denied the allegations in a tweet, calling Aliza's accusations "convenient" for someone who seeks to "destroy someone's life."

And in 2017, singer, actress Keke Palmer alleged that Songz used "sexual intimidation" to make her appear in his music video. She claimed that he "secretly filmed" her and put her "in a music video against my wishes."

Songz seemingly responded to Palmer's accusations, writing:

"So sorry for those that believe everything without knowing anything. However, I cannot devote my life to responding to, or clearing up every side of every story you hear about me, when would I actually live? I know my character, I know my truth, I know my heart. God does too."

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A former basketball player for the University of Las Vegas stunned Twitter followers when she accused R&B singer Trey Songz of being a rapist.

On Friday morning, Dylan Gonzalez tweeted: "Trey Songz is a rapist. Lord forgive me I Couldn't hold that in another year. See you in 2022."

Gonzalez didn't elaborate on her tweet.

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The tweet comes after it was reported in November that Las Vegas authorities were investigating rape allegations against the promiscuous singer.

The alleged sex assault occurred at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas resort casino and hotel. Trey reportedly invited a group of female fans back to his hotel room from Drais Nightlub after celebrating his 37th birthday.

Pray for Trey if you're a fan. He's about to be R. Kelly'd.

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Chris Noth's wife Tara Wilson has removed her wedding ring amid ongoing reports of sexual harassment against Noth, sources tell Page Six.

The embattled "Sex and the City" star is reportedly staying in New York City, while Wilson is at home in California with their two sons: Orion, 13, and Keats, 18 months.
READ ALSO: Chris Noth dropped from Queen Latifah’s ‘The Equalizer’ amid sex assault allegations
In photos published by the DailyMail.com on Tuesday, a makeup-free Wilson was seen outside her Sherman Oaks, CA home. She did not appear to be wearing her wedding ring.

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"Tara is upset and things are hanging by a thread," an insider tells Page Six. "She just wants to protect the kids. That is her number one priority."

Three women have come forward alleging unwanted sexual encounters with the 67-year-old actor in 2004 and 2015.

At least one of the alleged encounters happened while Noth was with Wilson, whom he married in Hawaii in April 2012.


Noth was killed off in episode one of SATC spin-off "And Just Like That", and he was dropped from ABC's "The Equalizer," starring Queen Latifah.

In addition, he has lost a planned $12 million deal to sell his tequila brand, Ambhar, and he was dropped as a client by A3 Artists Agency.

Noth vigorously denied the allegations in a statement to Page Six last week:

"These stories could've been from 30 years ago or 30 days ago — no always means no — that is a line I did not cross. It's difficult not to question the timing of these stories coming out. I don't know for certain why they are surfacing now, but I do know this: I did not assault these women."

In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, Noth said his encounters with two of the accusers were consensual.


Chris Noth has been dropped from CBS' "The Equalizer" amid sex assault allegations, according to a statement from CBS and Universal Television on Monday.

"Chris Noth will no longer film additional episodes of The Equalizer, effective immediately," the statement read.

He will appear in one more episode of the show that has completed production, according to The Hollywood Reporter.


Noth played William Bishop, a former CIA handler and long-time friend to lead character Robyn McCall (Queen Latifah) in The Equalizer.
READ ALSO: ‘Sex and the City’ star Chris Noth accused of sexual assault by two women
The decision comes after two anonymous women told THR they were assaulted by the 67-year-old actor in 2004 and 2015.

Noth vigorously denied the allegations in a statement to THR:


"The accusations against me made by individuals I met years, even decades, ago are categorically false... The encounters were consensual. It's difficult not to question the timing of these stories coming out. I don't know for certain why they are surfacing now, but I do know this: I did not assault these women."

Noth was also dropped as a client of A3 Artists Agency. And an ad he filmed for Peleton — after his character Mr. Big was killed off in HBO Max's Sex and the City sequel "And Just Like That" — was also removed from all of the fitness company's social media platforms.

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Shocking allegations from a 1995 article claim actor Chris Noth beat supermodel Beverly Johnson and even threatened to kill her dog.

Beverly Johnson accused the former Sex and the City star of beating her into submission and "vowing to kill her dog."

Noth, 67, is accused of raping two women in separate incidents in 2004 and 2015.
READ ALSO: ‘Sex and the City’ star Chris Noth accused of sexual assault by two women
Now old accusations of abuse against Johnson - first published in a 1995 National Enquirer magazine - have resurfaced online.

A screenshot of the article was posted on Instagram account Diet Prada after the bombshell report in The Hollywood Reporter magazine.

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Johnson, now 69, alleged in court documents that Noth - whom she dated between 1990 and 1995 - "beat her" silly during arguments, and that he also threatened to disfigure her in phone calls "25 times a day".

Johnson reportedly "told a pal" that she had "never been so frightened in her life", according to the article.

Johnson made similar allegations in a lawsuit against another boyfriend, professional golfer Mark Burk.

But Burk hit back with a counter-lawsuit, accusing Johnson of lying and referring to her as "unstable". Burk planned to subpoena Noth to testify on his behalf.

Noth starred as Detective Mike Logan on popular crime show Law & Order at the time.

Noth has vigorously denied the rape allegations by the two women, and he denied the 1995 accusations made against him by Johnson.

"There is no basis to the claims Ms. Johnson made back in 1995. I was approached about Mr. Burk's situation, but I haven't been subpoenaed," he said.

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"Sex and the City" star Chris Noth's character "Mr. Big" was reportedly killed off in a shocking plot twist after two women accused him of assault.

The two women claim "The Equalizer" star sexually assaulted them during separate incidents that occurred in 2004 and 2015.

Noth denied the allegations in a statement, saying he engaged in consensual sex with both women.

"The accusations against me made by individuals I met years, even decades, ago are categorically false. These stories could've been from 30 years ago or 30 days ago — no always means no — that is a line I did not cross.

"The encounters were consensual. It's difficult not to question the timing of these stories coming out. I don't know for certain why they are surfacing now, but I do know this: I did not assault these women."

The two women - who don't know each other - approached The Hollywood Reporter magazine independently this year, in August and October.

One woman, identified only as Zoe, 40, told THR she met Noth while working at a Los Angeles firm in 2004.


She said Noth, 67, flirted with her and invited her and a friend to swim in the pool at his apartment building in West Hollywood.

When she went to his apartment, she claimed Noth kissed her as soon as she stepped in the door, and pulled off her shorts and bikini bottom. Zoe claimed Noth raped her from behind.

"It was very painful and I yelled out, 'Stop!' And he didn't. I said, 'Can you at least get a condom?' and he laughed at me."

The other woman, identified as Lily, 29, told THR a similar story. The woman said Noth asked her out to dinner in 2015. They met at an Italian restaurant that was featured in "Sex and the City" and later went to Noth's apartment in Greenwich Village.

There, Noth allegedly forced the woman to perform oral sex on him and then raped her.

"We were in front of a mirror," she told THR. "I was kind of crying as it happened."

THR has viewed text messages exchanged between Noth and the two women.

In one text, Noth wrote:

"By the way I have to ask did you enjoy our night last week. I thought it was a lot of fun but I wasn't quite sure how you felt."


Noth is pictured with co-star Queen Latifah in The Equalizer" in November 2020.

Peloton bike, which is featured dramatically in a major plot twist involving Noth's character Mr. Big on "Sex and the City," has since deleted an ad from all social media platforms that was filmed by Noth this past weekend.

"Every single sexual assault accusation must be taken seriously," Peloton said in a statement to CNBC.

"We were unaware of these allegations when we featured Chris Noth in our response to HBO's reboot. As we seek to learn more, we have stopped promoting this video and archived related social posts."

Noth is married to Canadian actress Tara Lynn Wilson. They share two sons: Orion, 13, and Keats, 22 months.