Ex-Lesbian Anne Heche Confesses That Ellen DeGeneres Caused Her To Go Back To Being Straight

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 21 November 2013

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Anne (shown in photo) said Ellen would take her shopping and pick out her clothes, underwear, shoes, and cosmetics.

VENICE BEACH - Anne Heche has pretty much been out of the Hollywood spotlight since her breakup with Ellen DeGeneres and the svelte blonde says that, that's the way she likes it uh huh uh huh.

Anne and Ellen had a flamingly tempestuous relationship back between 1997 and 2000. Anne said that she was the submissive partner and Ellen was the dominant partner in their lesbionic romance.

Heche says that she finally decided to speak about it in order to give it the closure that it deserves.

She pointed out that Ellen soon became a master control freak who wanted to run the whole show (relationship).

Anne said that it got so bad that she was not allowed to even touch the remote control.

She was also not allowed to open the refrigerator door more than two times a day. If she needed to go into the refrigerator a third time she had to have Ellen's permission.

Heche said that she used to lie in bed at night and cry softly so that Ellen would not hear her otherwise she would yell out that she was acting like a little, helpless, sissy girl.

Anne said that finally, one day when Ellen went down to perform at a comedy club in Tijuana, Mexico, she left their semi-mansion and never looked back.

She decided then and there that she was leaving the world of lesbianites and going back to the land of the straights.

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