It's official! After fans have asked the right f*cking questions for months about who would star in the next season of True Detective, we finally have our answer!
The woman who had an affair with Hulk Hogan is speaking out!
Christiane Plante, a former friend of Brooke Hogan's, just sent us the following statement, to air her side of the story.
I do not know you but I must tell you one thing: I did NOT leak the story of my affair to the National Enquirer, nor was I paid ANY amount of money to issue my statement. In other words, I was framed. Here is the name and number of the National Enquirer reporter who showed up at my door one morning as I was leaving for work, 2 days after I had confessed the truth of the affair to Brooke upon her confrontation-you can call him or anyone at the Enquirer and ask them for yourself if I tipped them or if I was paid anything for my confession: Darryl Wrobel (305) 205-XXXX.
Upon being presented with evidence that Mr. Wrobel had concrete and obvious knowledge and proof of the affair ("What was the nature of your relationship with Hulk Hogan?" I said we were friends. Him: "Really? What about that letter you gave to Brooke two nights ago?" I was so taken aback, I completely broke down.) I decided I owed Brooke and the Hogan family a formal apology for my actions, which was my sole statement.
You won't find me signing a deal for a tell-all book on the Hogans, pimping out juicy details of the affair, appearing on television to milk this 15 minutes for all it's worth or anything of the sort. You can't even find any pictures of me online. I am ashamed of what has taken place and it has caused me a lot of pain both personally and professionally. Call me what you want, but I did NOT leak this gossip to the press NOR did I gain ANY $$$ from it. It makes me wonder who has truly benefited by selling the story to the Enquirer and who has ca$hed in on this affair becoming public knowledge. Anyhow, we all know how karma works..
[Image via Mavrix Online.]