Myla Sinanaj has accused Kim Kardashian of cheating with Kanye West while she was still dating NFL star Reggie Bush.
Myla Sinanaj, a key witness in Kim Kardashian’s divorce proceedings from ex-husband Kris Humphries, launched the allegations via Twitter.
She claims that she had aided Kim Kardashian in her undercover affair by secretly making Kanye West keys at the hotel she worked at for a late night rendezvous, while Kim was still in a relationship with Reggie Bush.
Myla Sinanaj tweeted, on Friday, that she witnessed Kanye West, 35, enter Kim Kardashian’s luxury suite at the W Hotel at 2 a.m. one early morning.
The former hotel manager wrote: “I was the one making kanye keys to her suit at 2 am!!! Back when she was supposed to be with the love of her life Reggie Bush right??”
Adding: “She should thank me for my discretion for not mentioning the fact when I was the Overnight Manager at the W Hotel.”
Myla Sinanaj warned that the current revelations may just be the tip of the iceberg, writing: “There is soooo much more that I know and had to be quiet about, but i ain’t working at the hotel no more so.”
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West revealed on Sunday night that they are expecting a baby girl in July.
And Myla Sinanaj had some wisdom to bestow upon the soon-to-be father: “My advice to Kanye is <<if they cheat with you, they cheat on you>>. Remember that sh**.”
She also included a snap of a check she received from Kim Kardashian’s lawyer, marked as payment for “witness/travel” expenses, in her online tirade.
Myla Sinanaj accuses Kim Kardashian of cheating with Kanye West while dating Reggie Bush
The check was for her appearance at a sitting deposition in the Kardashian-Humphries divorce proceedings – but the amount of the check was blurred.
Myla Sinanaj captioned the snap: “Truth is my ass didn’t want to go to her dumb deposition, so I said I have no dollars for gas.
“But that didn’t stop her from mailing me a check that’s how bad she wanted me to go! Which I dont understand why.”
But the reasons for her appearance at the deposition may have something to do with Myla Sinanaj having dated Kris Humphries soon after his break up with Kim Kardashian.
Myla Sinanaj’s attorney Joe Tacopina claimed last year that her testimony would make it “pretty hard” for Kris Humphries to claim that he was “broken-hearted” since he started “dating my client just two months after the marriage broke up”.
Adding: “My client’s relationship with Kris goes to the heart of his claim against Kim Kardashian and that could hurt him, certainly.”
This is not the first time claims have been made about Kim Kardashian cheating on Reggie Bush, 28, who she dated off and on from 2007 to 2010.
In an interview with Star magazine, Amber Rose, 29, said: “Kim is one of the main reasons why me and Kanye are not together. She’s a homewrecker!
“They were both cheating. They were both cheating on me and Reggie with each other.”
And she said that Kim Kardashian instigated the affair by sending pictures of herself to Kanye West as well as calling and texting him.
Amber Rose added: “She was sending pictures, and I was like, <<Kim, just stop. Don’t be that person>>.”
She said she also emailed Kim Kardashian asking her for an explanation but was disappointed not to get a reply.
Amber Rose said: “I thought at least she’d be woman enough to respond to me. She never responded. It’s very important that us women stick together and we don’t f**k each other over like that.”
Peter Dutro and Brad Spitzer, two leading figures of the Occupy Wall Street movement, who moonlight as businessmen, have eschewed the campfire comradeship for a room at a fashionable five star W Hotel Downtown.
Peter Dutro, one of the members of elite finance committee, and Deloitte analyst Brad Spitzer, who covertly took part in protests while on a work trip from California, checked into the sumptuous W Hotel Downtown, The New York Post reported.
W Hotel Downtown is a $700-per-night hotel, with 350-count Egyptian cotton sheets.
Brad Spitzer said: “I’m staying here for work. I do finance, but I support it still.
“Tents are not for me.”
W Hotel Downtown is a $700-per-night hotel, with 350-count Egyptian cotton sheets
Brad Spitzer, 24, also offered other demonstrators respite from the weather in his decadent surroundings, requesting a roll-out bed to accommodate guests, according to The New York Post.
“He’s here all the time,” a hotel source said.
“We all see him at the protest.”
During their stay the scruffy set he draws into the hotel live it up like 1 per centers, hotel sources told The New York Post.
Brad Spitzer denied accommodating demonstrators and claimed he simply offered a shower to a blogger friend living in the park.
Meanwhile, Peter Dutro, 35, one of the small powerful team that decides how the movement’s $500,00 fund should be spent, arrived at the hotel the night after Zuccotti Park was cleared.
While many of the rumpled revolutionaries scratched around for accommodation in church basements, Peter Dutro, who lives in Brooklyn, put up in a hotel that promises guests can “unleash [their] inner Gordon Gekko.”
Gordon Gekko is the name of the rogue trader played by Michael Douglas in the 1987 and 2010 Wall Street films that epitomise the greed that the Occupy movement claims to oppose.
Peter Dutro claimed to have chosen the W Hotel Downtown for its convenience
Confronted, Peter Dutro claimed to have chosen the W Hotel Downtown for its convenience.
“I knew everything was going to be a clusterf–k in the morning,” he told The New York Post, referring to Occupy’s plans to bring the city to a halt.
“How would I get over the bridge when they were shutting it down?”
Peter Druto added: “I’m not in the business of throwing money away. It’s the only room I could find.”
Peter Druto, a tattoo artist and former software project manager who dropped out of an NYU finance degree program to join the occupation said he paid $500 of his own money, using an American Express card, on the palatial surroundings.
He wanted to get a good night’s sleep before the cause’s two-month ceremony the following day, he explained.
“I knew . . . there was a high probability of getting arrested,” he said.
“I wanted a nice room. That’s OK. Not everybody there is dirt poor.”
“It is an expensive hotel. Whatever,” he said.
Peter Dutro also claims that he looked after fellow protesters, who were staying in less salubrious surroundings.
“I took food to all those churches,” he said.
“I got them cigarettes.”
Other group leaders have stayed in both the W Downtown and the Marriott Hotel, the New York Post reported. Some key players were not present at the park campsite when police swept Zuccotti Park free of tents.
Rooms at the W Hotel Downtown have 37-inch flat-screen TVs, goose down duvets, rainforest showers and iPod-docks. A pastrami sandwich, from room service, costs an astonishing $18.