Maria Shriver House-Hunt Rumors Flying

Maria Shriver divorceWith the revelation that Guvinator Arnold Schwarzenegger had a love child 10 years ago with a married woman on his staff, there is only one question on the lips of Greater Los Angeles Realtors: Where will Maria move? California's former first lady moved out of the family's Brentwood mansion after her husband told her of the affair, and speculation about her real estate plans began immediately. (Hey, this is a city where fatalities on the freeway are often remembered by the extent of the traffic jam they caused.)

When the pair announced their separation, it was done amicably and there were even some reports of reconciliation hopes on Arnold's part. Friends close to Maria allowed as to how she had been unhappy in the marriage for several years but stood by her man during his just-concluded second gubernatorial term.

But enter today's bombshell news that the former governor-actor fathered a child with someone right under Maria's nose, and the scandal-ometer has jumped into the red zone.


There is very little known publicly about where Maria is living at the moment but we do know that she has been seen looking at places to rent, not buy. She has apparently enlisted the talents of uber-agent Joyce Rey, the grand dame of Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills North office, to assist her. (Rey did not return our calls or emails.)

Not that long ago, Maria and Rey were seen entering the Carlyle on Wilshire, a posh compound on Los Angeles' Wilshire Boulevard corridor of high rises. The Carlyle is home to celebrities including Larry King and Bruce Willis. Each unit is accessible only by private elevator and there is a 24-hour concierge service. The compound, known for its security, was developed by Elad Properties, which also developed New York's Plaza Hotel. Maria was strictly interested in leasing there, not buying.

Rumor also had Maria looking at a Brentwood home for sale, but we'd dispense with those rumors for several reasons: The house targeted by gossip pundits and bloggers was well below her price range, and she's a smart enough cookie to know that in times of stress, it's best to not make major real-estate decisions.

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glaimc863

GO BACK TO MASS. WHERE YOU BELONG, GO HOME AND NO ONE WILL BOTHER YOU, UNLESS YOU LIKE ALL THOSES RAT'S FOLLOWING YOU. AND YOU HOLLYWOOD PEOLPE. IF YOU WANT PRIVICY DON'T TELL THE MEDIA YOUR PROBLEM'S, SIMLPE...

May 23 2011 at 8:02 AM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
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May 22 2011 at 9:54 PM Report abuse -1 rate up rate down Reply
meghera

What a pity !!!!!

May 22 2011 at 3:25 PM Report abuse -1 rate up rate down Reply
peachtreee70

Well I'm not surprised at all, just wonder who will be next. It's almost a laughing matter with these men. Don't they know we all look alike with a sack over our head?

May 22 2011 at 1:45 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Right On MAMIE!!!!!!

May 21 2011 at 7:08 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Screw the dog Maria,
U should have known better... But SCREW him every which way!

May 21 2011 at 7:06 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
lrolens

Arnold is the idiot here, thinking with other than his head. He has betrayed marriage and family and deserves to support them in the style to which they should become accustomed for the duration. Is there no shame?

May 19 2011 at 10:30 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Sean Rybacki

Women are idiots.

May 19 2011 at 8:13 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
jcs9

I don't how is he different from any other politician, athlete, actor or men in general. For god sake it's not like he killed somebody. In couple months all this will be forgotten - life goes on....

May 19 2011 at 8:04 PM Report abuse +1 rate up rate down Reply
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AddEleven

It's not? He killed a happy future for his children. He shamed his wife in front of the world. He betrayed his own flesh and blood in the form of a little boy who will forever be know for the history of this debacle. He shut the mother of his child into a never-ending repeat cycle of wanteness - both his wife and his mistress. He made a fool of himself. He destroyed a life-styel (however much we dis-approve of it) forever. He rallied the fool-hardiness of this world's population into acceptance. Would he wish the same life-style upon his sons?
People like this do not earn the right to be in a position to be a model for our civilization. They deserve to be the definitive cause of the dissolution of civilization. "One down, two million to go."
I feel so sorry for Arnold; he never knew what impact he had on our society. It's time someone made him aware of exactly what he has accomplished. The end of his life as he knew it. The end of life for his family. The end of trust for his wife. The belief, for his offspring, that maybe life has some hope.
Perhaps life does have some hope, according to his offspring. I worry for these poor, innocent, up-coming citizens. Let us try, once more, to accept human failings and move on.

May 22 2011 at 12:08 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Sean Rybacki

Are you people kidding me or what?
More power to him, He is the man! and I for one, am glad he gave her the boot!

May 19 2011 at 7:43 PM Report abuse -1 rate up rate down Reply