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Adrienne Maloof’s Ex Ready to End Gossip Spilled by Former Employee

Filed under : Celebrity News

Adrienne Maloof’s ex-husband, Paul Nassif, is ready to end the gossip spilled by a former employee of his. Paul claims a family chef blackmailed and extorted him after falsely accusing him of beating Adrienne. The chef still works for Adrienne and he’s very protective of her and values their friendship.

Bernie Guzman remains Adrienne’s chef and he famously posted photos of Adrienne on his Facebook page of her bare back bruised and marked red from what appeared to be a bad beating. Rumors were quickly published that Paul had allegedly beat his wife.

Now Paul is suing Bernie for his public accusations.

Bernie was seen on a recent episode of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

Bernie has written such claims as this on social media:

“Adrienne Maloof was pushed to the ground.  Punched and beaten.”

He added, “Now you know who and what he [Paul] really is … he is a beast.”

Paul calls Bernie’s claims “outrageous and vicious lies.” He has filed a lawsuit and wants the ugly gossip to end. Bernie feels “harassed” by Paul’s actions — even texting him to stop bothering him.

Bernie supposedly warned Paul by saying this:

“Stop harassing me…Have you forgotten I witnessed you beat your wife … Kids & animals.  I have plenty of pretty family photos … Some not so pretty … Stay away …”

Will Bernie post more photos he has of Adrienne Maloof, the kids, or the animals he’s referring to?

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