Does Taylor Armstrong Have A Lesbian Lover?

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on December 29, 2011 0 Comments

Does Taylor Armstrong of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have a lesbian lover? A woman is claiming to be her alleged lover, claiming Armstrong sought solace in her arms just days before Russell Armstrong took his own life.

According to a report from Hollywood Life, Fernanda Rocha of the Real Housewives of Orange County claims she was involved with Armstrong, but that once Taylor realized a lesbian relationship might not be good for her public image she quickly ended the affair.

Fernanda isn’t hapTaylor Armstrongpy about having been tossed aside like trash, so now she’s speaking out about the sexual relationship.

“Be responsible for your actions,” Fernanda says. “And don’t dismiss the other human being that you are connecting with. When people started asking, it was like, ‘Don’t say this, don’t say that …’ That is hurtful. I couldn’t really be open about how I felt because I was protecting her.”

Rocha claims that Taylor Armstrong was distraught over the abuse she suffered at the hands of her late husband Russell Armstrong. While comforting Taylor, Fernanda says one thing led to another, and soon the two were involved in a sexual relationship.

Do you think this is true? Reps for Taylor Armstrong vehemently deny the accusations, but stranger things have happened. It wouldn’t be the first time a woman found love in the arms of another woman. And if that’s the case, it’s sad that Taylor ditched Fernanda solely for the sake of her public image.

Alas the lives of these Real Housewives will always lean toward the sordid side of life. Hopefully Taylor is healing from Russell’s death, and once again feels secure enough to seek love–either in a lesbian or straight relationship.

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