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Eva Ammuri Martino talks husband who fired nanny who wanted to sleep with him

1 March 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Eva Amurri Martino has taken to her blog “Happily Eva After” to talk about her husband firing a nanny who wanted to sleep with him.

The post was entitled “Nannygate 2.0” and she wrote that she is telling the story because she wants to be honest with her life. As for the title, she referenced the reports surrounding Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner.

Eva shared on her post that she went on a business trip for a few days and her husband, Kyle Martino, received a message from their nanny. The text reportedly read: "OMG. Girl, did I mention to you how hot and sex my Boss is. I would love to f–k his brains out ha haah . Too bad he seems not to like thick Latin women with lots to hold on to LOL."

Kyle reportedly thought that the text message was sent accidentally and was meant for one of her friends but when he arrived at their home, the nanny was seen spying on him via the couple’s bedroom window. He brushed it off and went to work then left their daughter Marlowe with the nanny.

Eva continued to explain, "While he was at the meeting, however, he just didn't feel right. He had a pit in his stomach, and he told me he just knew he had to leave the meeting early and rush home to Marlowe and to deal with the situation head on. AND THIS IS WHY MY HUSBAND IS A LEGEND: He also realized in that moment that he was going to record his entire confrontation with her. Because he knew that clearly this chick was crazy– and who knows what she would try to make up or twist after the fact."

Eva shared that Kyle confronted the nanny about the text message and asked her to leave. He said, “It’s not the type of environment I want in the house with you taking care of our daughter.”

She continued to reveal that they decided to never hire a nanny anymore and that their decision has made them even closer.