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21 March 2018, 08:02 | Jermaine Blake
Donald Trump Jr had an affair with singer Aubrey O'Day reports Perez Hilton
The affair reportedly began after O'Day and Trump Jr. met on the set of Celebrity Apprentice in 2011, and ended in spring 2012 when Trump Jr. broke it off.
Trump Jr. and O'Day would embark on an affair during the show's taping, around the same time his wife was pregnant with their third child, sources have told The Post's Page Six. According to one source, Don Jr. toldAubrey he was over his wife and he no longer loved her.
When a follower then pointed out she had appeared on Trump's reality show, O'Day replied: 'No.my story I didn't tell is worth millions now ... this doesn't hurt me, it hurts America'.
Donald Trump Jr had an affair with singerAubrey O'Day, reports Perez Hilton. A fantasy? And you want to go back and live in the life that you had have forever? The magazine claims that the affair with Donald, Jr. occurred during her time on Celebrity Apprentice, from late 2011 to March 2012.
"She was interviewing divorce lawyers before [Trump's presidency]", another source said.
According to our source, "Don Jr. was very aggressive, pursuing her, telling her he loved her and that he wanted to be with her".
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It's hard to think that it's just a coincidence that the song is titled, "DJT", which, yes, correspond to Trump Jr.'s initials. During her season, Trump's son Donald, Jr. was a judge alongside sister Ivanka.
Since the alleged affair has come to light, Internet sleuths (and die-hard Aubrey O'Day fans, too, probably?) have unearthed a not-so-subtle 2013 song from the singer called "DJT", about a man who calls to break up with his mistress. Trump Jr. was willing to leave his wife, but called it off once Vanessa found emails between them.
Aubrey said around that time she's attracted to "powerful" men with "strong" personalities and "big egos". They would later welcome two more children before calling it quits after 12 years of marriage.
Multiple reps for The Trump Organization did not respond to a request for comment. "We ask for your privacy during this time", the former couple released in a joint statement.
Aubrey O'Day rose to fame in the 2004 MTV reality show Making the Band 3, a project from Sean "Diddy" Combs to put together an R&B supergroup.
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