Arnold, there is NO excuse for cheating on your wife, let alone cheating with your housekeeper because your wonderful wife was hard at work.
Apparently Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s infamous affair with Mildred “Patty” Baena, his family’s housekeeper for 20 years, began when Maria still had her NBC News Correspondent job. The future Governor of California was home alone and feeling sorry for himself, clearly giving himself the excuse to hit on his housekeeper according to a new report in the National Enquirer.
Patty’s friend, Maria Medel, claims Arnold complained to Patty that his marriage was “sexless,” and that Maria Shriver was “never around.” He complained to her that he felt lonely and unloved, and he started drinking — soon asking Patty to join him.
“One drink led to another, and then another,” says the report. Patty told her friend that they started kissing and “that led to their first sexual encounter.”
So, is there any way in hell that Maria deserves ANY blame for her husband “needing” to cheat?
No way in hell! Arnold wanted to cheat, he clearly enjoyed and felt entitled to cheat, and he just needed to have his own internal justification for doing that.
He used Maria’s important commitments — her RIGHT — to have a career life, as his slimy way of telling himself it was his “right” to have lovers.
“It’s disgusting that he would blame Maria for his wrong deeds, just vile,” agrees relationship expert Cooper Lawrence, author of The Cult of Celebrity and radio host of The Scott & Todd Show on WPLJ.
“It’s tyical for an out-of-control person to blame everyone but themselves. He knew who Maria was when he married her … so it’s total BS to blame the betrayed wife when she did NOTHING wrong.”
What’s so unbelievably hypocritical about this is that Arnold was no doubt attracted to Maria because she was a powerful, well-connected, high-profile woman. She was a trophy that he wanted to wed, but he wanted lesser accomplished women in his bed. And that was strictly because they were available.
Dr. Robi Ludwig, a psychotherapist, agrees that Arnold is just making a pathetic excuse for his horndogging: ”People cheat for all kinds of reasons. It sounds like he was insinuating that she was frigid or not adventurous sexually. But even if she was not pleasing him, there are no other ways to address the issue such as, by talking with your partner.”
Now that Arnold’s sleazy extramarital adventures have been revealed, he is clearly sorry that his statusy wife has fled the coop and that he has to postpone his movie career comeback –BUT is he feeling guilty at all?
He doesn’t appear to be… AT ALL! But maybe that’s because, as Cooper Lawrence says, he isn’t “driven by guilt. Guilt would make him sorry, guilt would make him take the blame. What he is, is incredibly arrogant.”
I totally agree! Arnold you’re an arrogant baby who isn’t even man enough to NOT blame your wife for your own GROPINATING! This was not Maria’s fault!