Yikes! Ted Cruz is finally clearing the air about his cheating scandal, saying that he has always been faithful to his wife Heidi. But it might be a pre-emptive strike with the bombshell news that his phone number is allegedly listed in the Black Book of a notorious D.C. Madam!
OMG, this is getting juicy! The phone number for Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, 45, allegedly appears in the Black Book owned by late DC Madam Debra Palfrey, and new evidence could soon be made public may show Ted was one of her clients! Keep reading for the shocking allegations.
This doesn’t look good for Ted! Up until now, he has just brushed aside the National Enquirer‘s report that he cheated on Heidi with five other women, including hookers, saying the story was nothing but “garbage.” But that all changed after a report came out April 4, claiming Ted’s personal phone number was among 15,000 pages of phone records belonging to the notorious DC Madam! Now Debra’s attorney is fighting to make the documents public to prove the tabloid’s claims that Ted was a client and used prostitutes.
That has caused Ted to finally go on the record and state he has never once been unfaithful to his lady. He told Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, 45, that “I have always been faithful to my wife,” making it crystal clear that he has never cheated on Heidi, 43. But it could just be semantics when it comes to that comment. He didn’t marry Heidi until 2001 and Debra’s little black book contains phone records dating all the way back to 1995. So Ted could have still rang up the DC Madam for hookers before he tied the knot with his wife.
Ted worked in Washington D.C. in the mid 1990’s clerking for two Supreme Court Justices and then went on to work for a D.C. law firm, so he was definitely around the area during the time that Debra was an active Madam, employing $300 an hour prostitutes to a number of high level political figures. Her black book of clients ranged from 1995 — 2006 and according to Radar Online, Debra’s attorney wants the list released because “time is of the essence” in that Ted was allegedly a client of hers, and the list will prove it.
Unfortunately Debra herself can’t tell us whether or not Ted was a client of hers, as the DC Madam killed herself in 2008 before she was due to start a 55-year prison sentence.
HollywoodLifers, do you believe the Enquirer‘s claims that Ted cheated on his wife?