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After the couple's courthouse appearance Monday, Paul Simon told reporters: 'This argument was very atypical of us...
Anderson Cooper and Pam Bondi are presenting two different versions of what went wrong with their confrontational interview in the aftermath of the Orlando nightclub shootings.
After Bondi, the Florida attorney general, gave her account of the interview on the radio, the CNN host took time out during his show Wednesday to challenge Bondi’s claims.
In the original interview, which aired Tuesday, things got testy as Cooper questioned Bondi on her record on LGBT issues, implying her stance in the aftermath of the nightclub tragedy might be less than sincere.
You can see a portion of the original interview by clicking here.
One of the other coaches, he said 'you might want to hold on to that! On a scale of one to ten, this was a one, it was nothing.
They had an argument over a couple of minor things, very minor, the kind of things that husbands and wives argue over. Paul didn't want to have a discussion and he tried to leave (the cottage) and Edie blocked the door.'The mediator appointed to decide on the couples fate was identified to Mail Online as Denise Callahan.
' Singer Paul Simon and his wife Edie Brickell leave Norwalk Superior Court after the hearing on Monday. A member of one of Connecticut's most influential legal families, her father, Robert Callahan, served as the state's chief justice.
Here’s the follow-up segment aired Wednesday on “Anderson Cooper 360” …
Singer Edie Brickell told police she slapped her famous husband Paul Simon in the face because he did something that 'broke her heart' and was acting 'like a spoiled baby,' an incident report has revealed.
The 47-year-old also told officers who responded to the couple's New Canaan, Connecticut, home Saturday night that the 72-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer couldn't 'handle being criticized in any manner and became confrontational.' Heartbroken: Singer Edie Brickell, pictured right Monday, told police she slapped her famous husband Paul Simon, also shown Monday, in the face because he did something that 'broke her heart' and was acting 'like a spoiled baby,' an incident report has revealed Police said Edie had 'a strong odor of alcohol on her breath' and became agitated at times as they interviewed her.
The report also said Edie hinted at previous physical run ins but said she refused to elaborate on any such incidents when they quizzed her.