Fresh Paint
Friday, October 13, 2006
What's With These Guys?
'Dancing' star Evans cites porn, adultery in divorce papers

Sounds like hubby's been taking Jack Ryan lessons (Jeri Ryan's Republican ex, who briefly ran against Obama 2 years ago, and made her go with him to sex clubs, abused her and told one of the most beautiful women in the world she was fat and ugly).

Anyway, didn't think Sara was the best dancer, but she seemed like a genuinely sweet and nice person, and the pride she seemed to take in getting better every week was so lovely.

Little did we know her life was a C&W song in the making, complete with Republican Congressman wannabe:
NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) -- Country singer Sara Evans alleges in divorce papers that her husband committed adultery, was verbally and emotionally abusive, drank excessively and frequently watched pornography in their home.

Evans, 35, filed for divorce Thursday from Craig Schelske and announced through a spokesman that she was quitting ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" "to give her family full attention at this difficult time."

The couple married in 1993 and have three children ages 7, 3 and 2.

Schelske, 43 and currently unemployed, ran for Congress as a Republican from Oregon's 5th District in 2002. He is a native of Salem, Oregon.

He could not be reached for comment because there was no answer at a phone number for him Oregon.

In the filing in state court in suburban Franklin, where the couple has a home, Evans alleges that Schelske watched pornography on the couples' computers and has at least 100 nude photographs of himself in a state of arousal.

She also alleges that several photographs show Schelske having sex with other women.

According to the court documents, the oldest of the couple's children confronted Schelske when he was watching pornographic material on the television in their home.
And, of course, he claims to be a Christian, tho this article is only available from the CBN web site via Google cache:
Craig has a heart to share about American Destiny, an organization founded by Kendall Hewitt, that is committed to restoring the heart and soul of America. Craig identifies with this message and says he likes to quote from the founding documents. "It's overwhelming when you get into the speeches," he says. Many of us Americans are cynical, having forgotten our legacy of Christian faith, and have lost hope in our future. The freedom we know is an inheritance passed down from our forefathers. The Founding Fathers openly acknowledged this gift as being from our Creator. When the truth is forgotten over generations, hope is lost as men look to other men for solutions to the overwhelming issues of our day. American Destiny is committed to reminding our generation of our past, to teaching history in such a way as to impart destiny. It is designed to make the past live again in our hearts, and give us hope and vision for the future. It is also committed to change. "Our dream and our prayer is to see America shake off her lesser self and to become the nation of God's intent and our Founders' hopes," they say.
Guess the Founders were into porn, too.

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