Wednesday, November 26, 2008
A 43-year-old estranged Radium Springs wife is in jail after allegedly stabbing her 51-year-old husband, who she found in bed with her 24-year-old friend at around 3:17 a.m. Saturday.
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
The celebrity chef, who markets himself as a devoted family man, is accused of a series of trysts with 'professional mistress' Sarah Symonds.
Four days ago, she and Ramsay allegedly met at a London hotel after Miss Symonds purchased three bottles of legal sex drugs.
Monday, November 24, 2008
As Sumanathasa Vettivel stood before Geelong County Court yesterday, his wife remained unaware of her husband's affair, the charges against him or his court appearance.
Vettivel's lawyer, Alan Marshall, told Judge Geoffrey Chettle his client had hoped "to get through it all without his wife finding out".
The court heard that during the four-year-affair, Vettivel put a hot iron on his lover's nose, beat her knee-caps with a tyre lever, slammed a glass bottle over her knuckles and threatened to chop her up in little bits and flush her down the toilet.
Recent tabloid reports suggested the actor was entangled in a $900 million divorce battle with wife Robyn Moore amid allegations of infidelity.
Monday, November 17, 2008
But the Texan model says she put up with her husband’s cheating because she was in love.
‘It was terrible,’ she tells the Sunday Express. ‘I know people always wonder why I put up with it, but I was in love and love is blind.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Monday, November 3, 2008
But no more.
It seems that more women are cheating on their spouses - nearly as many as men, reported the International Herald Tribune.
Researchers from the University of Washington found that infidelity is on the rise, and notably, women are closing the adultery gap.
Younger women are also cheating on their spouses nearly as often as men.
The research showed that the lifetime rate of infidelity for men over 60 increased from 20 per cent in 1991 to 28 per cent in 2006. But for women over 60, the increase is even more striking - up from 5 per cent to 15 per cent in that same period.
Mr David Atkins, research associate professor at the University of Washington Centre said: 'If you just ask whether infidelity is going up, you don't see really impressive changes.
'But if you magnify the picture and you start looking at specific gender and age cohorts, we do start to see some pretty significant changes.'
The researchers also said they saw big changes in relatively new marriages.
About 20 per cent of men and 15 per cent of women under 35 say they have been unfaithful, up from about 15 per cent and 12 per cent respectively, according to that report.