Alex Rodriguez is facing shocking new allegations he cheated on his fiancee Jennifer Lopez, but the latest scandal involving the former baseball player isn’t the first time he’s made headlines for his bad behavior! Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to find out more of Rodriguez’s biggest secrets and scandals.
As Radar reported, Rodriguez was involved with fitness model Lauren Hunter for months after he began dating Lopez in 2017. “He is good in bed and well endowed,” boasted Hunter, who had a healthy sext life with Rodriguez. “He told me he loved me, and he’s loved me for a long time,” continued Hunter, who first met Rodriguez in 2011. “Even the first time I was with him, he said, ‘I love you, we should be married! We could be a power couple.”
Rodriguez has now been accused of betraying Lopez’s trust yet again following Jose Canseco’s claims Rodriguez is cheating on the World of Dance judge with Canseco’s ex-wife, Jessica Canesco.
“Watching World of Dance watching J.Lo text Alex Rodriguez little does she know that he is cheating on her with my ex-wife Jessica poor girl she has no idea who he really is,” Canseco tweeted March 10. “I was there a few months back with her when he called her on her phone,” he continued, speaking of his ex, Jessica. He then added: “Alex Rodriguez stop being a piece of s**t stop cheating on Jennifer Lopez.”
Rodriguez recently found himself in an uncomfortable position when his famous former flame infringed on Lopez’s territory at the Grammy Awards! “J.Lo wasn’t thrilled that A.Rod’s ex-girlfriend, Madonna, was at the show,” said the insider. “She sat in silence when Madonna presented.”
Perhaps Lopez was uncomfortable because her husband-to-be’s history with the controversial singer? As Radar reported, Madonna and Rodriguez, 43, dated back in 2008 when Rodriguez was still married to Cynthia Scurtis. In her divorce papers, Scurtis claimed that Rodriguez “emotionally abandoned” her and their children, and had various affairs. She added that his “affair of the heart” with Madonna was the “last straw.”
Newly-resurfaced court documents claimed A.Rod’s baby mama allegedly made “disparaging remarks” about Lopez after Rodriguez threatened to cut her child support payments for their two daughters. The claims stem from Scurtis’ brother Constantine’s 2014 civil lawsuit against Rodriguez, where he accused the baseball legend of fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, unjust enrichment and civil conspiracy related to a real estate company they started together in 2003.
In April 2018, Rodriguez’s nephew was kidnapped and held for ransom over a $600,000 Lamborghini deal gone bad. Minor-league baseball player Norberto Susini reportedly had a dangerous side-hustle that got him abducted in April 2018 at NYC’s Marriott Marquis, according to police. An insider told the New York Post that A-Rod’s nephew made a deal with two prospective car buyers and met them at Times Square. Following their meetup, one of the men allegedly tried to break off the deal. He drove Susini to the Midtown hotel and demanded he give him back a $30,000 deposit he’d put down before the final sale. After holding Susini hostage in the hotel, the alleged captors then called the man’s business partners and demanded a ransom. The partners in turn alerted the cops and had the two criminals arrested later that night.
Rodriguez, who played for the New York Yankees, got into serious trouble when he was caught up in a doping scandal in 2013. “…Rodriguez violated the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program by using and possessing numerous forms of prohibited performance-enhancing substances, including Testosterone and human Growth Hormone, over the course of multiple years and whether he violated the Basic Agreement by attempting to cover-up his violations of the Program by engaging in a course of conduct intended to obstruct and frustrate the Office of the Commissioner’s investigation,” the MLB alleged in court documents. Rodriguez was slapped with a 211-game suspension for the steroid abuse.
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