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The ex-wife of “The Da Vinci Code” author Dan Brown has filed a lawsuit alleging the man known for writing about conspiracies and secret societies led a double life during their marriage that included a tryst with a Dutch horse trainer and other affairs. In her lawsuit filed Monday in New Hampshire, Blythe Brown also claimed credit for inspiring much of his work and coming up with the premise for “The Da Vinci Code." Describing Brown's behavior as “unlawful and egregious," Brown said she only learned about it after the pair divorced in 2019 after 21 years of marriage.
"You and every Fox News interviewer gives him the easiest questions and he can’t answer them. Why is that, Sean?" asked the "Shark Tank" star.
- Lifestyle Esquire
Ghislaine Maxwell Knows More About Jeffrey Epstein Than Anyone. She Was Just Arrested in New Hampshire.
“I've heard she's in Brazil, I've heard she's in France, I've heard she's in California,” the director of the new Netflix docuseries tells us.
The bride and groom were taking pictures in their wedding outfits when the surf washed them into the ocean in Orange County, California.
- Celebrity People
Prince Harry spoke at the virtual ceremony for the Diana Awards, pledging to tackle institutional racism