Was Bruce Springsteen born to run into the arms of Ann Kelly? Did she see him dancing in the dark ... naked? Did they go for a ride in the tunnel of love?
Does anyone born after 1980 get any of these bad Bruce Springsteen jokes? It's unclear. But Ann clearly alleges that she had an affair with the rock god.
Or at least her husband alleges she did.
Kelly, a housewife living with a mortgage broker husband and two kids in a $600,000 New Jersey suburban home, says Bruce entered her (life) in 2005.
The married Springsteen showering her with concert tickets, serenaded her and confessed she was on his mind during his touring, court records allege.
The details of the alleged tryst are all coming to light now because of Ann Kelly's husband of 17 years, Arthur Kelly, filed for divorce on March 27, 2009.
Mmm. Looks like the Boss has a type. Right, Ann Kelly?
The affair between Kelly and Springsteen, who has three children with wife Patti Scialfa, began with chit chats at the gym and became much more.
Arthur Kelly says Ann Kelly enjoyed a rendezvous with Bruce Springsteen while Arthur was laid up in a hospital with heart trouble, and references marriage counseling sessions at which The Boss was the main topic of discussion.
Rumors that Springsteen was having an affair with a redheaded knockout who was a dead ringer for Patti Scialfa surfaced a few years back, too.
Arthur says Ann told him that he would stand at the end of her treadmill as she ran. It must have been a tempting vantage point for the "Thunder Road" singer because he once told Ann she had the "nicest ass" in the gym, Arthur says.
Ann allegedly told Arthur's mom several times that "it made her feel good that Bruce Springsteen was very interested in her," the papers say.
The housewife allegedly conscripted her friends to be on "Springsteen watch," and asked for intel on when Springsteen's wife would be away.
A spokeswoman for Springsteen declined to comment on the cheating allegations. However, a friend of The Boss responded, "Bruce and Patti continue to have a terrific marriage and are very devoted to each other and their children."
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