Warne's mistress Kerrie Lee strips again

thecheers.org    2007-12-18 05:54:01    

London, Dec.18 : Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne tried to convince his ex-wife Simone to participate in a menage a trois, claims his Melbourne-based mistress Kerrie Lee.
Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne tried to convince his ex-wife Simone to participate in a menage a trois, claims his Melbourne-based mistress Kerrie Lee.

Lee, who was paid 100,000 dollars earlier this month to reveal her affair with Warne to Woman's Day, also stripped for the UK tabloid News of the World, the Zoo Weekly and told the Aussie blokes' mag that Simone Warne wasn't willing to share Shane with any one.

Asked whether the spin king was a "team player, did he ever suggest a threesome", the Daily Telegraph quoted Lee as saying that "He (Warne) said that he tried to get Simone to be involved in a threesome with him and some girl, but she wasn't up for it."

When asked by Zoo whether she had ever had a threesome, Lee said: "Well, actually I have," adding that it was a friend of hers who participated in it.

When asked whether Warne was happy with the event, she replied in the affirmative.

"Oh yeah, he loved it," she said.

The busty blonde is actually a part-time employee at Melbourne gentleman's strip club Goldfingers, dancing under the name Hannah, and not a housewife, as she was made out to be.

In her interview with News of the World Lee says she watched porn with Warne and dressed up as a policewoman to entertain him. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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