Luann de Lesseps Is Dating A New Man… But Is Getting Sued By Her Old One!
Too many men, too little time!
After announcing her split from Tom D’Agostino Jr. in August 2017, Luann de Lesseps is now dating a new man!
The source revealed:
“She’s smitten but taking it slowly after her recent divorce… He was getting divorced when she met him. He filed for divorce before they were introduced.”
Apparently, the agent has “been navigating lots of new opportunities” for the Bravo personality who has “done 16 cabaret shows all over the country with more requests flooding in.”
A second insider says “they’re very hot and heavy together,” explaining:
“It’s all very new, but like most things with Luann, it’s been all-consuming. They only started working together a few months ago. He was reluctant to sign her at first because of The Housewives, but her work ethic surprised him in many ways and sealed the deal. They’ve been a great team since… Their chemistry was instant. He’s very aggressive and she goes toe-to-toe with him. You can tell they’re having a lot of fun together.”
While Luann is enjoying her new man, she’s also having issues with her old one!
According to The Blast on Thursday, her ex-husband, Alexandre de Lesseps, and their kids, Victoria and Noel, are suing “The Countess” for allegedly screwing them over in a house deal.
As part of their divorce settlement, Luann was supposed to put the couple’s Bridgehampton house in a trust, where each kid would receive half of the interest.
However, Luann allegedly never did that, and she allegedly sold the house for $8 million and used the money to purchase a nearby residence for $3.1 million.
While Luann was technically allowed to sell their marital house, she was supposed to give her kids an ownership interest in the new pad… but that allegedly never happened.
Allegedly, Luann is threatening to sell her new house, leave Suffolk County, and buy herself another place in upstate New York.
Ultimately, they are suing her in order to block the sale of the house, and to force her to follow the terms of the divorce agreement.
If you can’t be cool, you can’t be with The Countess!
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