Dirty Dog Diaries: Arnold Schwarzenegger Complained About A “Sexless Marriage” Prior To Slizzard Sexing & Impregnating The Help

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Mildred "Patty" Baena Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Sperminator ain’t sh*t:

Arnold Schwarzenegger began a secret affair with his housekeeper after complaining about his ‘sexless’ marriage with wife Maria Shriver, iit has been claimed today. A former friend of Mildred ‘Patty’ Baena has revealed details about how the pair’s liaison allegedly began – including their first drunken encounter – in a new interview with the National Enquirer.

Maria Medel, who attended the christening of Baena’s love child in 1997, also claims the housekeeper was ‘obsessed’ with the Terminator star.
‘When I met Patty she had already been working for Arnold for several years,’ Medel told the American publication. ‘She had a minishrine to him in her house – his movie posters, pictures, newspaper clippings, action figures.’ Medel claims Baena, 50, confided in her about the affair.

‘Patty said Arnold had been complaining that his marriage was sexless and Maria was never around, flying all over the world for her TV news job.
She continues: ‘She said that one night after Arnold had been complaining about feeling lonely and unloved, he started drinking. After a few drinks, Arnold asked Patty to have a drink with him. ‘One drink led to another, and then another. ‘Patty said they started kissing and that led to their first sexual encounter. They had unprotected sex.’

SMH. Arnold was like, “Go ahead take one more sip, just one mooooore sip………”


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