The Vanity Fair Article Gwyneth Paltrow Tried To Stop Is About Her Having An Affair

The Superficial / October 18, 2013

Back in September, the New York Times reported that Gwyneth Paltrow wrote an email to friends in May asking them not to comment to Vanity Fair on a piece they were writing about her, and then absolutely nobody spoke of it ever again, or knew what the hell that shit was about. Except earlier this week, Graydon Carter told E! News that the article is still happening because Gwyneth forced his hand, but didn’t mention what got her organic paella in a bunch because it’s an affair. Vanity Fair is accusing Gwyneth Paltrow of having an affair. Page Six reports:

Now we’re told that researchers on the story by top VF writer Vanessa Grigoriadis have been asking Miami society sources questions about Paltrow and [Jeff] Soffer, who is considered Miami royalty, owns the lavish Fontainebleau Hotel and recently married Elle Macpherson.
One said, “Vanity Fair is asking if Gwyneth had an affair with Jeff back in 2008 when he reopened the Fontainebleau. He flew her in for the party, and she stayed at his house.” Paltrow has been married to Coldplay rocker Chris Martin since 2003. They have two kids, Moses and Apple.
Paltrow — who wore a revealing little white dress to the resort’s reopening — sparked speculation about her relationship with Soffer after she attended a Victoria’s Secret party there and “remained closed off in a private section with Soffer,” The Post reported at the time.
Soffer reportedly gave Paltrow a private tour of the hotel, whisking her away in his Bentley, and the following day, she joined him on his yacht with Kate Hudson.

Gwyneth Paltrow’s reps are already denying the affair again, it was rumored back in 2008, but what they probably should do is tell their client to stop saying shit like cheating is forgivable. Of course, she’s more than likely talking about Chris Martin every time he’s on tour, but it doesn’t help her score a hand-painted free range gazelle deboner if he knows she’s cheating, too. It’s called leverage, peons.

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