FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida - Rielle Hunter, the mother of Senator John Edward's love child, is denying that she is also the mother of former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's love child.
The skinny blonde who is no stranger to the world of controversy told Tilapia Frisbee with The Right Coast Illustrated Revue that not only is she not the mother of Schwarzenegger's baby, but that she has never even met him much less engaged in the 'Hide the Salami' act.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: The term 'Hide the Salami' act is a euphemism used for engaging in the intimate act of vavavooming. Depending on what part of the country ones resides in it is also called 'Hiding the Sausage,' 'Hiding the Frankfurter,' and 'Hiding the Chorizo.']
Hunter who is 47, has stated that she really wants everyone to just leave her and her baby alone. She said that just in the past two months she has turned down offers from two motion picture companies who want to buy the rights to her story.
Miss Frisbee asked her who the two film companies were. Hunter said that Lions Face Films offered her $175,000 but that they wanted to turn the film into a comedy.
She then noted that TouchRock offered her $195,000 but that they were leaning more towards making her story into a musical.
Frisbee questioned her as to why she did not take the second offer. Rielle rolled her eyes and told her that she almost took it but when she asked John (Edwards) about it he told her not to take the offer.
He told her that he was surprised that she would even consider turning their warn, touching, beautiful story in a simple musical.
The Right Coast Illustrated Revue is reporting that just yesterday Miramix Pictures offered Rielle Hunter $1.3 million for the rights, but that figure also includes her starring in the lead role opposite Matt Damon.
The latest word from Hunter is that John (Edwards) has told her to tell Miramix that she will sell them the rights but that she wants Edwards to star in the lead role of John Edwards and not Matt Damon.
The Right Coast Illustrated Revue will stay on top of this developing story.