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"Cyniquian" Level Poster
Username: Jmho

Post Number: 154
Registered: 03-2004

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Posted on Friday, July 15, 2005 - 11:27 pm:   

ABM wrote:
Okay. Let's try to at least observe the facts has they've been presented. In the portion you reference here, I was referring to the circumstances upon which he conceded to the prenup. Now. The $150K was paid into an account that Jonathan (apparently) never received.

But he also admitted to receiving $800 a month interest payments from the $150,000 she gave him, which was invested in Jamaica, back in 1995 and 1996. Now he claims due to bad investments, the money is nearly gone. But that's not Terry's fault. All investments involve risk.

This are my parting words/thoughts on this -- in his desire to seek temporarily support, he says he was 24 and faced being deported, though his visa didn't expire until 3 or 6 years later, depends upon who you believe, and which visa he's talking about (he had a visitor visa and a student visa). Claims he had no job skills, though he had worked on the movie set for Stella, had a job in some skin care center and had acquired a degree, no money and his income was totally depended upon Terry, guess he wasn't ignoring those interest payments. He lived in this big house, drove her luxury cars and was totally dependent upon her. So, in his mind, he had no choice sign the prenup. He couldn't go back to Jamaica because he feared for his safety but when he signed the prenup, in 1998, he wasn't out of the closet, so to speak, and hadn't decided or declared he was gay, so how was his safety an issue then?

But, then he comes back, in a separate document and says, I did not have to marry Terry. I did not have to live with her, I did not have to love her. He says, there were younger and more attractive women, he could have been with. He said he was in love and wanted to marry her. But, then the next paragraph, he says, she was the one who decided they should get married. Things went as she demanded.

He needs to decide which it is. Either he had a choice or he didn't. He's playing both sides against the middle.

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