Billy Bush’s Wife NOT “Furious” About Leaked Donald Trump Tape, Despite Report
Billy Bush’s wife is NOT furious about the leaked tape of her husband having a lewd conversation with Donald Trump, nor is it causing problems in their marriage, despite an inaccurate report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s not true.
Bush recently left his job as a “Today” show co-anchor as a result of unearthed footage from behind-the-scenes of a 2005 “Access Hollywood” segment showing him and Trump engaging in “locker room talk.” And now, according to the New York Post, the video has caused major issues between Bush and his wife of 18 years, Sydney Davis. A so-called “source” tell the newspaper that she’s not only angry about what he said, “but because he was stupid enough to put himself in that position.”
The outlet’s questionable insider adds, “It wasn’t just the vile talk, it’s because he insisted the woman hug him and Trump. It was creepy. She was so furious that she refused to speak with him for a while — and she’s still furious.” The paper’s ill-informed source further alleges Bush and Davis are “having marriage problems.”
The publication then goes on claim Bush boasted about the tape to his NBC colleagues back while covering the Rio Olympics in August, months prior to it leaking. “Billy has brought this on himself,” adds the supposed “insider,” who further alleges that NBC executives searched their archives as a result of the newsman supposedly telling co-workers about the tape.
But Gossip Cop checked in with a reliable source close to the situation, who assures us Bush’s wife is “not mad or furious,” and the tape hasn’t caused them “marriage problems.” The TV personality acknowledged he acted immaturely more than a decade ago and apologized for his actions, and his wife understands. Additionally, the newspaper’s account about Bush bragging about the footage in Rio is completely fictitious. Gossip Cop has not been able to confirm it, and the claim is seemingly a false rumor that’s been picked up and spread.