Real Housewives Wife Swapping: Joe Francis Claims Joanna Krupa Cheated With Another Housewife's Husband
Like a grade-school bully who keeps yanking the pigtails of his crush, Girls Gone Wild founder and professional smarmypants Joe Francis won't leave Joanna Krupa alone. First, he showed up on The Real Housewives of Miami, apparently for the sole purpose of spreading rumors that he'd had sex with both Joanna Krupa and her sister Marta, even going to far as to start yelling about an alleged movie theater blowjob in the middle of a fancy party. (Krupa denied everything.)
And now, he's calling Krupa a homewrecker, claiming that she had a relationship with a man who was married -- to another Real Housewife.
Francis told RumorFix that Krupa was sleeping with real estate developer Mohamed Hadid for about a month while he was still married to Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster. According to him, Foster caught the two in the act, which led to her divorce from Hadid.
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Then, because this is Joe Francis we're talking about, things get gross. He also told RumorFix that Hadid asked him to "take Joanna off [his] hands ... Sometimes I would send a girl his way and he would send a girl my way."
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Krupa's denying everything, saying Francis is a known liar. He certainly has motive to lash out at the model in public: she's openly called him a scumbag on television. And Krupa's feisty personality (at least the one we see on TV) doesn't seem like it would lend itself to being traded around like a baseball card. Considering how much Francis seems to need attention these days, we're staying on Team Krupa.
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