Child Custody Divorce Update: Did Bipolar Catherine Zeta-Jones Cheat on Michael Douglas, Who Was Suffering From Throat Cancer?
Time for yet another celebrity divorce update. New rumors have surfaced which claim that the bipolar Catherine Zeta-Jones cheated on her husband, Michael Douglas, who was suffering from throat cancer. While these rumors appear to be unsubstantiated, the couple may be looking at a nasty child custody battle.
The world was shocked to learn that the longtime couple of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones were divorcing. The pair, who has been married for over 12 years, have formally filed for separation.
According to Star Magazine, it may be Douglas who was cheating on Catherine and not the other way around, as many believed. These allegations stem from photos taken of Michael Douglas and a mystery brunette. A source revealed to the magazine that:
“At first. everyone thought the woman was Catherine, especially with all the attention Michael was lavishing on her. But it wasn’t. Michael and Catherine are living totally separate lives and are powering full steam ahead with the divorce.”
While rumors that the couple were experiencing some relationship trouble, it looked like tabloid fodder until both actors’ camps verified the split. They released a joint statement which read:
"Catherine and Michael are taking some time apart to evaluate and work on their marriage. There will be no further comment."
The couple have not been photographed together in over four months and it appears they are moving on with their life. This is especially true when it comes to Michael, who has been photographed numerous times with the mystery brunette, who many believe may be his new girlfriend.
A source spoke to Star, where they claimed:
“She was gorgeous--tall, with long, dark hair pulled back in a braided ponytail and a million dollar smile. Michael seemed to be putting the moves on this woman hard-core. He must be champing at the bit to play the field again.”© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.