Christopher Darden Comes Clean About Passionate Relationship With Marcia Clark
Looks like The Game isn’t the only one in LA with loose lips when it comes to their female relationships…
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight Christopher Dar
“We were more than friends,” Darden said, cautiously choosing his words. “We were inseparable back then.”
When pressed on whether or not he’d ever tell the whole truth about the nature of their relationship, the 60-year-old lawyer said, “I think I have told the truth.”
“In lawyer land, a half truth is a truth,” he added.
While Darden says he “really can’t remember the details” of his time with Clark during the trial, he was insistent that the two never kissed, sharing, “I’m not a kisser. Kissing is intimate. Kissing is more intimate than sex.”
SMH this guy is the worst! Did they or didn’t they?
When Darden was asked how he’d describe his relationship with Clarke in only one word, he chose a very telling noun: “Fire.”
However, Darden then danced around his choice, denying that “fire” had any romantic connotations. “I don’t think fire’s romantic. I think fire’s passion,” he argued.
While he remained as tight-lipped as he’s been in the past, Darden still had nothing but praise for the woman he fought alongside during the most highly publicized trial of the modern age, calling her a “fabulous woman [and] a fabulous lawyer.”
What do you think really went down? Seems like something definitely did…
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Darden says he didn’t watch the Emmy award winning mini-series about the trial but says he loves that actress Sarah Paulson brought Cross as her date to the awards.
“I thought that was wonderful,” Darden marveled. Paulson, who took home the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie, also paid tribute to the powerful attorney she portrayed while delivering her acceptance speech.
Darden also offered praise for Emmy winner Sterling K. Brown:
“People that have watched it said he did a great, great job, so I’m glad for that. I’m glad for him.”
That’s gotta be tough being a regular person portrayed on film.