Lordy, Lordy. It just never ends. I'm going to keep this short and sweet. After having her not-really-engaged-but-actually-married to Frederic Marq lie exposed yesterday, Adriana de Moura's publicist released a statement to the Miami Herald blog, Scene in the Tropics.
When they reached out to Adriana's team, they got this explanation from her publicist Lynn Brodsky about her marriage and why they pretended to only be engaged.
"Adriana did get divorced in 2003, but her and Roberto tried to work things out and had a common law marriage until 2006. After breaking it off she then met Frederic in 2008. On a romantic whim after dating briefly, Adriana and Frederic went to the clerk's office on their own with no friends and family, and were married. There was a discrepancy in the certificate – so instead of having the marriage fix [sic] or annulled, they decided to take a step back and hold off until they were truly ready. Adriana and Frederic are planning to have a beautiful (and proper) wedding this spring."
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Brodsky then added, "Marriage certificates are not valid by law if there is a typo on it. There was a typo on their certificate. I have no further comments at this time."
Bravo's Ryan McCormick claims they were clueless on the whole thing, "We were not aware that they were married."
For a few of the other discrepancies in Adriana's stories, read the Herald's full blog on it. We may dig deeper next week, but it's Saturday and I hit max capacity on this one yesterday!
TELL US – DO YOU BELIEVE THAT BRAVO HAD NO IDEA?? HOW DO YOU THINK THE "TYPO" WILL PLAY INTO THIS WHOLE MESS?
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