At this point, Riptide is following the ongoing Father Alberto Cutié story only to keep notes for an upcoming, slightly fictionalized off-Broadway play we plan on writing (working title: Father Hottié). Well, what do ya know -- Spanish-language TV y Novelas has introduced a plot point that not even we could have imagined.
Jose Linares Suarez used to work with Cutié at Radio Paz, the Catholic radio station the former priest headed. He sat down with the tabloid magazine andclaimed Cutié is gay
The timing, however, doesn't quite gel with the other bit of recent Cutié sensation.
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