UsWeekly says that Ben Affleck’s cliché mid-life crisis journey is right on track, because he allegedly took a page out of Jude Law, Ethan Hawke and Robin Williams’ playbook by taking his dick to the nanny’s poon. These mid-life crisis-having whores in Hollywood. It’s always the nanny. Can’t they change things up by doing the gardener or exterminator or someone other than the nanny. Give us a PLOT TWIST!
“Multiple sources” whispered into UsWeekly’s ear about how Ben Affleck has been dating his kids’ former nanny. Jennifer Garner hired the nanny and she obviously didn’t follow Mo’Nique’s tip when hiring a nanny or housekeeper. She didn’t hire a 4′ tall, fat 70-year-old man with two hairs on his head, no teeth and a chronic sharting problem. Jennifer hired a pretty 28-year-old named Christine Ouzounian. Christine grew up in California, worked for a fancy nanny agency in Beverly Hills and graduated from Arizona State University with a communications degree. Well, she allegedly put that communications degree to good use by communicating with Ben’s peen!!!
The sources say that during Ben and Jennifer’s 10-month separation, he and the nanny flirted and hung out without the kids around. Jennifer figured out that something was going on and immediately fired Christine. But that didn’t stop Christine and Ben from seeing each other. One of Christine’s friends claim that she went to his new rental house in L.A. on July 17th. (But I thought he was living in the guest house?) Christine thinks they’re going to be together forever. The source said, “She says Ben really, really likes her. She’s saying this is true love.”
But a rep for Ben threw UsWeekly’s story in the trash can and claims that Ben is not fucking the nanny.
“The story is complete garbage and full of lies. You shouldn’t be able to hide behind ‘blind sources’ and attempt to destroy families going through a difficult time. The tabloid [Us Weekly] decided to construct stories in order to sell magazines. It’s like story time in kindergarten. It’s shameful and desperate.”
Ben’s rep is right about it being shameful and desperate. That’s why I sort of kind of believe it. Ben would. But really, story time in kindergarten? The hell kind of kindergarten did Ben’s rep go to? I know it’s been centuries since I was in kindergarten, but I don’t remember our teacher gathering us in the story time circle to tell us the tale of the movie star and the nanny he’s doing. They read us “Cat In The Hat,” not “Dad In The Nanny.“