Hollywood star asked me to sign sex contract: Myleene KlassBy IANS
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
LONDON - Singer Myleene Klass, who is also a presenter for TV show “The Screening Room”, has accused a Hollywood A-lister of asking her to sign a sex contract when she went to interview him.
According to Klass, the Hollywood star was newly married when he propositioned her with a sex contract, reports dailymail.co.uk.
The 32-year-old singer said that the celebrity made his move over a lunch meeting around six months ago.
“About six months ago, a newly married Hollywood star asked me to sign some kind of sex contract with him. I just thought: ‘Mate, which planet are you from?’
“I met him a few times and when I went to interview him it was like something out of a film. We were having lunch and as the starter arrived he launched into it. I was like: ‘Bugger I’ve got main and dessert to go - I’m stuck here!’ Then his PA (personal assistant) came over with a confidentiality contract. I just thought: ‘Oh my God, your poor wife. I don’t want to be a marriage wrecker,” said Klass.
Earlier this year, the singer had revealed that she had been recieving suggestive text messages by a major Hollywood star. But she says she shunned the celebrity because she did not want to be a marriage wrecker.
Among the celebrities interviewed by Klass through the show are Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Johnny Depp and Robert De Niro. But none of them seem to have asked her to sign the contract.
In July this year, Klass had said she has been offered “more than the interview” by three separate stars.
“One would bring down Hollywood if the story ever got out. I still have the text, because he is not pinning that on me thank you very much. One even had a wife and child. It’s just sad, everyone thinks the grass is always greener,” she added.
But the pregnant, mother of one, says will never be tempted to cheat on her partner - no matter how big a Hollywood star he is.
“Look at all these break-ups and cheating at the moment. I value what I have and I’m not going to worry about complicated things at the moment. Sometimes you’ve just got to realise this is the best, and just keep making it better.”