There was a report published early this week on how Gavin Rossdale cheated on his estranged wife Gwen Stefani with Mindy Mann, their nanny.
There are other reports now that claiming that an alleged gay lover of this British rock star has spoken out once again amidst this scandal. Marilyn, who claims to be the gay lover of Rossdale, was originally born as Peter Robinson and had quite a lot to say about Rossdale.
He became famous when “Despite Straight Lines”, his debut album was released in the eighties.
Marilyn told Radar Online that this was the time when he had an affair with Rossdale. Marilyn has referred to the rock star as the “love of his life” but he also added that as far as relationships are concerned, the Bush frontman had a disappointing track record.
This was indeed a shocking revelation for many after there were claims made by Us weekly that Rossdale and Mindy Mann, who was the nanny of his kids had an affair for three years behind Stefani’s back.
It has been alleged that the singer left his former wife’s side, so that he could continue his passionate love affair with Mann. There was a startling revelation that the singer of “No Doubt” was being copied by his nanny, as far as the former’s sense of style is concerned.
There were also some reports that had been claiming how Stefani managed to catch them and subsequently filed for divorce in this summer.
Marilyn has claimed that Rossdale is not honest to himself, irrespective of what the tabloids may have to say.
Marilyn also said that he is going to release a track about Rossdale, where he will speak about his infidelity.
The fallen pop star also revealed that he was not shocked like Rossdale’s fans were when the celebrity couple made their divorce announcement.
According to The Insider and ET, Rossdale and Robinson met each other when both were aspiring to be musicians in the club scene of London. Apparently, they shared a romantic relationship and have been in touch for several years.
Robinson claims that the duo was quite close for a long time.
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