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Adrienne Maloof Is Back on the Market! She and Her Boy-Toy Sean Stewart Have Split!!!

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Nearly two months after coming out as an item, the star and her much younger beau, Sean Stewart, have called it quits, E! News confirms.

"Adrienne would brag to her girlfriends that she was having the best sex of her life," a source says. So it does come as a surprise that they’ve broken up! "It's over and she broke up with him," a source close to Stewart said. "She needs a man."

A source says: “She and Sean definitely had an amazing spark, but it fizzled fast. They had a talk and, while they really care for each other, decided they would be better as friends. He was just a great guy who was making her laugh and forget about her past dramas.”

The source also added that the 20-year age gap was just too much for Maloof and created issues in the relationship, saying, "She just finally saw through that."

In January, six months after her divorce from husband Paul Nassif went public, a photo of the 51-year-old accepting a kiss on the cheek from 32-year-old Sean surfaced, causing dating rumors to swirl.

"She is casually dating him," a source told E! News at the time. "They both come from the world of entertainment and understand all that comes with it. He has said age is just a number and it's very sexist to think that a man could date younger, but if a woman does it's a big deal."



Andy Cohen Weighs In On Adrienne Maloof Missing The Reunion!


Adrienne Maloof should really think about not watching the upcoming Real Housewives of Beverly Hills two-part reunion special.

As we all know by now, Sean Stewart's former girlfriend Maloof was a no-show for the taping. "She stiffed me," Bravo's Andy Cohen told me while at SXSW for Watch What Happens Live.

Cohen said he had "a hint" she wasn't going to be there.

"I was not pleased," he said. "Also, I feel it was bad for her because, why let six women have the last word on an entire season? I think she should have been there to speak her mind, and she may be surprised with some of the directions the conversations took."

Expect to see some heated moments. "It was explosive in a Beverly Hills way, which was a very sophisticated conversation with bows and arrows and daggers being thrown but everyone staying seated," Cohen said. "You know, not a hair out of place."




Spanx v. Yummie Tummie over patent!


Spanx, a company that’s so successful it made founder Sara Blakely the youngest self-made female billionaire in the world, filed suit March 5 against Real Housewife Heather Thomson and her Yummie Tummie brand slimmers. The suit comes in response to a cease-and-desist letter from Thomson's attorneys on Jan. 18. The letter claims Spanx ripped off Thomson's patented three-panel design for slimming camisoles, according to the lawsuit against Times Three Clothier, LLC, which operates Yummie Tummie.

"They have copied my original idea which really was a game-changer for shapewear," Thomson told TODAY Wednesday.

In its lawsuit filed in Atlanta federal court, Spanx argues its tanks and camisoles have unspecified “significant differences” from Yummie Tummie’s design.

"Spanx designed our original shaping camisole in 2005 long before Yummie Tummie in 2008,” the statement reads. “Spanx has had countless imitators through the years. Anyone can make a claim, but it doesn’t mean it has merit. Spanx has not infringed on any valid patent, and we will continue to make fabulous products for our loyal fans."

Thomson told WWD that she first learned of the product this past November when she received an anonymous package containing the Spanx Total Taming Tank and a note saying it was on sale at QVC. "I immediately recognized it as my original Yummie Tummie tank,” Thomson told WWD. The unsigned note said Spanx was selling it at QVC. A spokeswoman for Thomson declined to comment further.

A personal letter dated March 14 from Thomson to Blakely, posted to the Yummie website, said, “We brought this to your attention expecting you to stop. Instead you’ve chosen to sue us, no doubt thinking your massive company could intimidate ours. We have successfully enforced our design patents in the past and will continue to do so.”

“Sara, I truly expected more of you as a fellow entrepreneur,” the letter concludes.



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