Apparently Rielle Hunter has the green light to start blabbing about John Edwards and their torrid love affair, because GQ has a feature on her in its new issue.
A feature showing Edwards’ mistress – a woman of “serenity and spunk” – trying hard to look sexy and, fittingly, given what she’s known for, wearing no pants.
The John Edwards sex tape participant and mother of the love child he denied was his for two years certainly is captivating, albeit for all the wrong reasons.
Luckily for us, GQ got Rielle Hunter half naked, propped her on a bed full of toys, and told her to recall in detail how it was love at first sight with “Johnny.”
One of her “unfiltered” observations: It’s all Elizabeth’s fault!
So many things are wrong with this, where do we even begin?
“I believe what happened in his marriage is, he could not go to his wife and say, ‘We have an issue,'” she opines. “Because he would be pummeled. He had a huge fear.”
“Most of [John’s] mistakes or errors in judgment were because of his fear of the wrath of Elizabeth,” the weird videographer adds. “He allowed himself to be pushed into a lot of things that he wouldn’t normally do because of Elizabeth’s story line.”
“A lot of it relates to the spin that she wants to put out there. He was emasculated. And you know, the wrath of Elizabeth is a mighty wrath.” Oh, we so know. Totally.
So he knocked up Rielle, had Andrew Young take the fall and may have used campaign funds to cover it up because he was scared of his wife. Makes perfect sense.
She continues: “It’s beyond difficult to allow a man to be a man.”
“The biggest mistake that I find is that women attempt to make men women. You know, we want them to be like we are. We want them to get it immediately and do things the way that we want them to do them. And men are men.”
“I love him for being a man. But oh, my God, yes, it’s been infuriating so many times.” So basically, Elizabeth is a banshee, and men will be men, eh, Rielle? Nut job.