Matthew Fox stripper story is bare on details yet rich with ulterior motives
4:49 pm, February 25th, 2010
Talbott, who used to take it off at a joint called Stars Cabaret, told In Touch that when Fox asked her – that first time they met at the club – why she was working there, she explained, “I am a single mom and needed the money.
According to Talbott one thing led to another, and they had sex later that night. “He didn’t even use protection,” she said.
Fast forward to December when Fox returned to the club. Although Talbott knew being with a customer might cost her her job, she said, “I told [Fox] that I was probably going to fired for this, but that it would be worth it.”
She alleges that they slept together again that December night. “He was really good in bed,” she told In Touch.
Sure enough Talbott was fired from her stripping gig. She said of that time, “It was the worst week of my life. I couldn’t pay my rent or my child’s tuition. I didn’t know what to do.”
For the record, a rep for Fox told Gossip Cop that Talbott’s tale is “totally fabricated.”
Now here’s what Gossip Cop has learned. Yes, Fox had been to the strip joint, but he NEVER slept with Talbott who (to recap), by her own admission, “needed the money;” felt meeting Fox “would be worth it;” and, after losing her job, “didn’t know what to do” because she “couldn’t pay my rent or my child’s tuition.”
See where this is going?
A source familiar with the behind-the-scenes tells Gossip Cop that someone close to Talbott approached Fox’s people because “she was looking for money” since she was in dire financial straits. Fox’s people, obviously not concerned about a “fabricated” story from an unemployed stripper, refused to fork over any cash.
Even the National Enquirer, which ran a similar story, acknowledged that Talbott tried “to sell her story for tens of thousands of dollars.”
What’s more, Gossip Cop was told that In Touch paid the out-of-work stripper for access.
When we asked In Touch about the supposed dollars for dishing, a spokesperson for the magazine told us, “We don’t comment on obtaining stories.”
Hmm… a stripper who met a star and needed cash, and now two months later is selling her story, which is bare on details? Unlike like In Touch, we’re not buying it.
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