which details their personal lives as well as their lives on show.In the article, Drew and Jonathan admitted that parts of the show are staged.The source goes on to say that after Jonathan and Kelsy moved from Vancouver to Las Vegas, the love affair with Kristin began.
The breakup is the latest upheaval in an already tumultuous year for Anthony, the subject of trade rumors for months despite his no-trade clause.
The Knicks opted not to shop the 10-time NBA All-Star this past February, but Knicks President Phil Jackson hinted last week that La La might not be the only one seeking a divorce.
Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony is about to lose the only ring he’s ever had in New York.
The Knicks forward and his wife of seven years, La La Anthony, are calling it quits, according to reports.
Of the memoir, Jonathan says that he’s “an open book.” He then dishes about his divorce to Kelsy Ully, stating that the two rushed into the marriage and that the separation rocked his world.
“I really didn’t go out for six months after my divorce,” the 39-year-old said.
But a source is telling a different story about how the whole divorce drama actually went down.
While Jonathan and Kelsy were separated, the source claims that Jonathan began to see an exotic dancer, Kristin Ratatori, who worked at the famed Luxor hotel in Las Vegas.
The TV star, then known as La La Vazquez, and Anthony tied the knot in New York in 2010 — three years after Kiyan’s birth — in a lavish ceremony captured on a VH1 reality show, “La La’s Full Court Wedding.” The pair parlayed that success into a five-season VH1 series, “La La’s Full Court Life,” which tracked their wedded bliss and their move to the city in 2011, when Anthony was traded from Denver to the Knicks.