Yikes! Zero chance of a reference here. Eva Amurri Martino took to her blog, Happily Eva After, on Monday, February 29, to reveal that she and her husband, Kyle Martino, had to fire their daughter Marlowe's nanny because she allegedly wanted to "f–k his brains out."
According to Amurri’s candid post, the nanny allegedly sent her husband a text which read: “OMG. Girl, did I mention to you how hot and sex my Boss is. I would love to f–k his brains out ha haah…” At the time, Amurri — the daughter of Susan Sarandon — was away on business.
According to the actress, her husband thought the text was sent to him by mistake, but when he got home, he allegedly caught the nanny spying on him from their master bedroom.
“Kyle said the way she was peeking out of the window in our bedroom made him realize, ‘OK – that text was NOT a mistake,’” Amurri shared. "(By the way if you are a woman I’m sure YOU figured that out two paragraphs ago.)”
According to Amurri, her husband left for work but knew something didn’t feel right. “He told me he just knew he had to leave the meeting early and rush home to Marlowe – and to deal with the situation head on.”
“AND THIS IS WHY MY HUSBAND IS A LEGEND,” she continued. "He also realized in that moment that he was going to record his entire confrontation with her. Because…who knows what she would try to make up or twist after the fact. Thank you, Voicenotes on the iPhone – thank you for creating the single most captivating piece of entertainment that my girlfriends and I have ever passed around a kitchen table. I’m writing out the convo in script form below, so you can get a sense of exactly what went down. I would feel badly for this chick … except that, well, I REALLY don’t.”
Per Amurri’s transcription, Martino kindly asked the nanny to leave because of the “inappropriate text” he received from her. “Needless to say, it’s not the type of environment I want in the house with you taking care of our daughter,” he said.
The nanny, for her part, claimed she was in their bedroom "looking for" Martino. When he brought up the "inappropriate" text, she allegedly said, "I’m sorry, I was just messing around with a friend, I didn’t mean any harm."
After their nanny had been let go, Amurri felt a sense of relief and said she had a newfound respect for her marriage.
“I felt a lot of things as I listened to this [recording]. I felt anger, I felt pride in my husband for being so loyal (and smart) and handling it well, and I felt a huge betrayal also. How dare this person, who we were paying very generously to care for our young daughter – how dare she use her time with my child, in my HOME, to plot out a way to screw my husband and screw up my family!” Amurri concluded. “It was something that exemplified a truly broken person and that realization made me feel almost badly for her. Almost. It also made me grateful for my strong relationship with my husband. I know that this happens all the time with different results. The rumors of this type of thing are all over the tabloids all the time. As I was thinking about this, I also realized something bone chilling: I no longer had childcare.”
Amurri and her husband decided to not hire a new nanny, and have since been traveling together on business as a family.
“Strangely, this bizarre Nanny experience brought us even closer (emotionally and geographically) than we would have been otherwise,” she added. “It’s had its (extremely) stressful moments, but it’s an adventure.”
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