Melissa Gorga’s ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ world is never without its share of drama. A new report claims that she’s had an affair, cheating on husband Joe, but she’s defending herself against the allegations! Read on to see what she has to say!
Explosive cheating accusations have hit Real Housewives Of New Jersey star Melissa Gorga, and a new report claims that the drama could even be featured on the show’s upcoming season! But now Melissa is fighting back via social media!
Life & Style reports that a Brian “Bulldog” Bowen involved in intimate times with Melissa, 32, in the past. One problem, of course, is that she is married to Joe Gorga!
“Melissa went out to dinner at Sushi Lounge, a local restaurant, and left early to go hook up with Bulldog,” say a source close to the situation tells Life & Style, adding, “Bulldog claims to have a lot of dirt on Melissa, and some of it is already coming out — and the next season hasn’t even started airing yet.”
And another source revealed that, on Jan. 31, a scene was filmed where other cast members, including Teresa Giudice and Kim DePaola, spoke candidly about the affair, saying, “They were all talking about how she had an extramarital affair!”
Melissa took to her Facebook page on Feb. 13 to address the accusations by saying, “I’ve been so busy partying, cheating, stripping and borrowing money. I’m exhausted. What’s next? I robbed a bank! #AllLies
HollywoodLife.com reached out to Bravo about the situation. We were told, “No comment”. Melissa herself provided even more to Life & Style with her take on the situation, saying, ““All talk with absolutely no proof to back it up, this is only making Joe and me stronger, I can’t even begin to keep track of all the lies. Everyone is coming for their 15 minutes of fame.”
So HollywoodLifers, do you think Melissa cheated? Sound off below!
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