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May 17, 2011 in broadcast news, pop culture news, tv ratings | Tags: "America's Most Wanted, Arnold Schwarzenegger, CBS Even News, Jerry Lewis, John Edwards, John Walsh, katie couric, love child, Maria Shriver, Mildred Baena, muscular dystrophy, RadarOnline.com, Rielle Hunter, Tammy Tousignant, telethon, The Women's Conference 2010 | by Shelley Ross dailyXpress | 3 comments
Schwarzenegger Fathered A Child With Member Of Household Staff
We live in tough emotional times, for sure. First on my list of news that has made me genuinely sad, the one prompting this cathartic column, that Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed to the L.A. TImes that his marriage broke up after he told his wife, Maria Shriver, that he fathered a child over a decade ago with a member of the “household staff” who continued to work for them until she “retired” this January.
update: The feeding frenzy has begun. And at 7:49 this evening Radar Online.com, in a joint investigation with Star magazine, has identified 50-year-old Mildred Baena (seen in their exclusive photo) as the mother of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s love child,.
For her part, Maria Shriver released a short statement saying she is heartbroken and said, as a mother, she is concerned for her children.
Today, there’s also been a warmed-over story from 2003 percolating: a British tabloid alleged that a former stewardess who worked on the family’s private jet, Tammy Faye Tousignant, had Schwarzenegger’s “love” child, a boy who would now be around 18 years old.
That article, along with Tammy Faye, were widely ignored in America in 2003. But now, with the L.A. Times revelations, she is being hounded. She’s denying Schwarzenegger is the father of her son, and has changed her phone number. Her lawyer now says she has a DNA test to prove she’s telling the truth.
For his part, the boy, described by an on-line gossip column as having a familiar toothy grin, reportedly told one reporter not to waste his time; this was a politically motivated story invented eight years ago. Riddle me this: was Tammy Faye an intentional red herring? Read the rest of this entry »