Kendra Wilkinson’s Marital Troubles Are Ratings Gold

Posted: Oct 18 2014, 11:43am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

 

Kendra Wilkinson’s Marital Troubles Are Ratings Gold
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Kendra is reportedly now seriously considering filing for divorce

We are glad to know that former Playboy Playmate and all around party girl Kendra Wilkinson is finally standing up to her cheating husband Hank Baskett and she probably might be doing something to kick him to the curb. It was during the summer when we first heard about Hank’s alleged affair with a with a transgendered model and ever since then we have been hearing about the ups and downs in the couple’s marriage. While we followed on Kedra on Top, we had been quite fascinated with their issues.

Though his husband, the NFL star, denied having a relationship with transgender model Ava Sabrina London, Kendra still kicked him out of their home and it is also said that she flushed down her wedding her wedding rings down the toilet. Ever since then the couple has been living separately though some rumors emerged in between that they were working towards reconciliation and Hank had even planned a ceremony to renew his wedding vows to Kendra.

Things got pretty clear after Hank’s telephonic conversation with Eva was leaked to the public this month and the conversation was about Hank’s promises to support the Youtube model financially. He even swore upon his two children that he would send her regular payments. Following this, Kendra appears to be quite serious about filing a divorce and though she must be furious from the inside, she is taking things slowly and thinking things over at every step.

source: realitytea

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