Arnold Schwarzenegger -- how could you put your ego ahead of the well-being of your kids and estranged wife, by revealing more secrets about your cheating!
Arnold -- you are a wealthy, wealthy man. You didn't need the millions you reportedly received for writing your new autobiography, Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story.
So why did you decide to reveal to the world new details about your years-long affair with the family housekeeper Mildred Baena in your new book?
Did the world really need to know that you finally confessed the affair to a devastated Maria Shriver during a couples counseling session?
Maria, the injured party, didn't choose to share that intimate detail with the world. A total lady and role model at all times, Maria has never spoken publicly or written about the pain of your infidelities. No, that's because she has her priorities right -- her four children, and Joseph, your love child's privacy.
Maria's the one who could have written a sympathetic book about her struggles being YOUR supportive wife. But instead, she's kept her lips zipped and dignity intact.
But you, on the other hand, have brought your hurtful betrayals back into the public's eye in your book and new interviews. In a Sept. 30th 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl, you talked about keeping the secret of your love child, Joseph, from Maria for years, while giving Mildred money on the side. "I'm going to fulfill my responsibilities," you decided at the time.
Arnold Confesses To Another Affair behind Maria's Back
You also admitted that you had a "hot affair" with actress Brigitte Nielson while you and Maria were living together before you were married. Oh, and you also told Stahl that you had "other affairs," but they are "something that's obviously between Maria and me."
Well Arnold, if they were between Maria and you, as they should have been, then why are you talking about them on 60 Minutes and writing about them in a book that didn't need to be written?
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