Mon Dec 10, 2012, 10:43 AM
avebury (6,507 posts)
So much for family values.
One has to wonder if Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has spend so much of her life chasing after political glory, when she had time to actually parent her children.
Daughter Christina Fallin has manged to find herself getting divorced for the second time in less then a year.
We have learned through the Ogle Mole Network that Christina Fallin, an American consultant, artist and public figure (her words, not mine), is single again. Shocking, huh?
Her soon to be ex-husband Eric Smith filed for divorce in Oklahoma County on Thursday, November 29th. The filing comes less than six months after the couple eloped in Arkansas, and just eight months after Fallinís marriage with indie rocker / Chanel obsessed hipster Matt Bacon was annulled in the Oklahoma courts. In case youíre keeping score at home, thatís two failed marriages in less than one year. Someone may want to inform Christina the ďfamilyĒ part in her motherís campaign slogan is based on quality and not quantity.
Poor Husband No. 2 is 40 years old to Christina's 25 years old. A father of a 14 year old, Smith is the owner of Sara Sara Cupcake and Pachinko Parlor (sushi restaurant)
Husband No. 1 was not without his controversy.
A bit of a wild child, Christina managed to pull off a photo shoot at the Governor's mansion without prior approval.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Mary Fallin did not give advance approval for a photo shoot involving her adult daughter, Christina Fallin, at the Governor's Mansion, her office said Tuesday.
A video of the photo shoot, which was posted online but was removed Tuesday, shows Christina Fallin, 24, in fashionable attire, including some revealing outfits.
"The governor was not at the mansion during the photo shoot, nor was she or any member of her staff asked to approve the photo shoot on mansion grounds or informed of the details," said Alex Weintz, a spokesman for the governor.
"Photo shoots and press events at the mansion are generally cleared on a case-by-case basis by the governor's press office. This one fell outside of the normal operating procedure."
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So much for family values. (Original post)
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Mon Dec 10, 2012, 10:52 AM
CurtEastPoint (6,104 posts)
1. Read all the links. Delightfully trash and soooooo Schadenfreude
He/she who touts the holier than thou/fambly valuz shall be hoisted on his/her own petard. Way to go, Governor's kid.