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Deperate partners
17-01-2005, 12:13 PM
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Deperate partners

Have a read of this... You must have some stories to share? Whats the worst an ex has ever done to hold on to you... Or even better - do you have any cringe worthy moments - when you were trying desperately to hold on to an ex?


TERRI'S IN FEAR OF EX FACTOR
Jan 17 2005

'Suicide' fear for Si's girl as he wants out

Simon Cowell's troubled girlfriend Terri Seymour threatened to kill herself if he ever left her, we have been told.

The stunning model allegedly told the X Factor judge she "wouldn't be around much longer" if he ended their two-year romance and is said to have even vowed to stop eating.




We're told the relationship has been in trouble for the past six months, but Cowell's attempts to leave have apparently been met with frightening threats from 31-year-old Terri.

A pal of the couple claimed yesterday: "Simon wants out, but at the same time he doesn't want to be held responsible for something Terri might do.



Max Beesley and girlfriend Susie Amy having lunch at The Living Room in Manchester... Matt Jay dining in Ubon, Park Lane, with Emma Griffiths... Ben Fogle drinking with ex Vanessa Nimmo in Soho...

"Every time he brings up the subject she'll say something like: 'If you leave me I won't be around much longer - I can't go on without you.'

Or: 'I won't eat anything, I'll stop eating.' He's scared she might do something really silly. She's a lovely girl, but she really is at her wits' end."

The pair have just enjoyed a three-week holiday in Barbados, but we hear the break has done little to heal the rift.

Sources say most of the problems stem from Terri's insecurities about 45-year-old Simon's exes, especially Jacqui St Clair and Sinitta. Although they are only friends nowadays, he has refused to cut them out of his life.

The pal goes on: "Jacqui and a handful of others are always around them. They rarely get to spend time alone as a couple.

"Even during X Factor Simon and Jacqui would constantly be in the dressing-room, Sinitta on the show, and meanwhile Terri would be upstairs, doing interviews for ITV2. Who wouldn't be paranoid?

"Terri's doing more and more work for more and more money and she's going out with one of the hottest properties in America right now.

"She loves him and she doesn't want to lose him.

"But the reality is when they're together, as they have been for the past three weeks, it really emphasises the problems.

"The truth is Simon's better off on his own. He's always said he'll never marry anyone and doesn't want kids. But she won't let go and he doesn't want to hurt her. It's a nightmare for both of them."

Last night Simon was back in LA with Terri. His publicist, Max Clifford, said there were no problems with the relationship.

"They're absolutely fine and getting on better than they have in a long time," he insisted. "They had a lovely holiday in Barbados and he's off to the States to launch the new series of American Idol."

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17-01-2005, 12:20 PM
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I couldnt do it!!!! I wouldnt lower myself to BEG someone and emotionally BLACKMAIL them when they quite clearly didnt want to be with me - where is her self respect FFS!!!!!!! IF its true of course!

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17-01-2005, 12:25 PM
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Queeenie Wrote:I couldnt do it!!!! I wouldnt lower myself to BEG someone and emotionally BLACKMAIL them when they quite clearly didnt want to be with me - where is her self respect FFS!!!!!!! IF its true of course!

I agree Queenie, I have been in situation where I had an ex-boyfriend's mum phone me to ask me why I had finished with her son, it was all very embarrassing. She said that he wasn't eating and it would be all my fault if anything happened to him etc, etc. Worse thing was I had only been going out with about 6 weeks, and really only seen him at weekends and maybe once during the week. However, he got over me as a few months later he was engaged!!!!

Back to Simon Cowell, yeah well as you say, it is the old story is it true or not but I wouldn't do it, emotional blackmail is one of the worst things you can do to anyone.

BUT................Ben Fogle is now no longer dating Vanessa from Big Brother.......is he back on the market?!! :wub:

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17-01-2005, 12:46 PM
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If its true...it's sad and I feel sorry for the girl - she must be very very insecure.

I have heard of people commiting suicide and even leaving letters saying the reason they did it was because of their x dumping them.

Imo that is a truly terrible thing to do to some and it would leave me with very little smpathy for the person who took their own life...it is just cruel to leave a person with that on their conscience for the rest of their lives.

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17-01-2005, 12:59 PM
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I have a friend who was unhappy in a relationship, and after trying to work things out for a long time, finally decided to leave, despite threats of suicide etc from his partner.

A few days later she did attempt suicide, and he went back to care for her whilst she underwent psychotherapy, and until she was strong enough to deal with the breakdown of the relationship. He finally left several months later with a clear conscience.

At the time I (and everyone else) advised him not to go back to her, but he felt he couldnt take the risk of her hurting herself, not because of the guilt that would have been left with him, but because she needed his help.

I admire him greatly for staying.


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17-01-2005, 01:00 PM
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I remeber my friends son attempting a stunt like this - at 19, his g/f dumped him so he threatened to top himself, the thing that angered me the most, is that his mum, MY friend, had been battling breast and bowel cancer for many years, so HOW DARE he threaten to take a perfectly healthy life as blackmail against his gf......and I said pretty much that too him, with a few more expletives!!!!!

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17-01-2005, 01:50 PM
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I've never threatened Suicide, but I've had exes do it when we were younger. I didn't pay much attention. I definately think somebody changes when they are emotionally attached to a person. They think they are in love when all it is is that they are emotionally dependant on somebody. I went out with a guy for 3 years. The thought of loosing him was absolutely devastating, I couldn't imagine my life without him (I was also going through adolescence though). When we used to row, I used to contemplate suicide. Absolutely ridiculous, I ended it with him and was much happier without him. Thank God I never married the moron! Our minds are funny things!

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17-01-2005, 01:51 PM
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Just realised I wrote deperate and not desperate in the title!!!

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17-01-2005, 04:03 PM
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I know a girl [she is my best mates schoolfriend] who was going out with a boy [late teens early 20's]. She dumped him after a couple of years, pretty temptuous relationship.

He threatened suicide constantly and she took him back time and time again. Anyway she dumped him for the final time - that night he went round the town putting up sheets with 'I LOVE YOU CAROLINE' [name changed] - and the next day at work, she had passed all the sheets in the morning, she got a visit from the police.

She had to go with them to the cliffs at Tynemouth. There she found the place cordoned off, tons of police, coastguards and people. There was her ex naked standing on the cliffs - and he did jump and died there and then.

It was tragic, he was a young lad who had problems, his problems were passed on to his family and Caroline, her family and most who witnessed his suicide. He spent an absolute fortune on a home flotation tank - and would spend hours in it, he was a really promosing surfer and a highly intelligent lad - just couldn't cope well with rejection. It was all very tragic, upsetting and odd.

Thankfully his family did not blame Caroline - they understood.

I feel sorry for Terri [SC's g/f] - but being in his position I would want shot of that sort of clinginess. It scares me to be in that position.
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17-01-2005, 11:18 PM
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whilst i dont think using threats like those mentioned above is the right way to go about things (if its true). u cant really blame terri for being a bit insecure about her relationship with simon cowell. wouldnt u be insecure if your partner carried on the way simon cowell does. anyone see those pics of him of what looked like him snogging a model after a party. he said it was just a kiss on the lips with the pic taken at exactly the same time. and at the time terri laughed it saying it was part in parcel of going out with simon. i personally couldnt stand that, and if i saw pics like that of my bf i would be ranting - maybe just a little bit.

i read that modelly types always try to get off with SC right in front of terri.for me that would just be crazy, and i would be totally insecure and imagining all sorts every time my bf went out with his mates. so its no wonder she is a little bit scared.

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