Kendra Wilkinson punched walls, flushed ring when she learned of Hank’s affair


Since Independence Day is this Friday, I guess many of the weekly tabloids went to press early on this week’s issues. People Mag has already released their cover (with a meathead) and Us Weekly’s cover this week is all about The Bachelorette. Which just goes to show you… it’s super-dead in gossip-world. But Us Weekly does have a secondary story about the continuing mess that’s gone down between Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett. As we learned last week, Hank probably/definitely fooled around on Kendra (while Kendra was pregnant) with a trans model named Ava. Ava has pretty much sold her story to the Enquirer/Radar/Star, although they’re still using the third-person about it. Now Kendra has given a tip to Us Weekly:

Post-baby heartbreak. Just five weeks after giving birth to daughter Alijah, Kendra Wilkinson was forced to face a bitter, shocking truth: As rumored, husband Hank Baskett had indeed cheated with a transgender YouTube model named Ava Sabrina London. As revealed in the new issue of Us Weekly, out now, former Playboy model Wilkinson, 29, first laughed off reports of Baskett’s April tryst with London, 25.

But when NFL pro Baskett, 31, didn’t rush to clear his name in the press, his wife grew suspicious and “started snooping,” a source explains to Us. Once Wilkinson discovered an unexplained — and damning — charge on his credit card, she “flipped out,” the source says. In a rage, she punched walls in their Calabasas, Calif. home, threw their 2009 wedding photos into the pool, and even pulled off her wedding ring, flushing it down the toilet, the source says.

“She was extremely angry,” the source observes of Wilkinson, who also shares son Hank IV, with Baskett.

[From Us Weekly]

Two weekends ago, Hank moved out and I guess Kendra is living in their home with the kids, including six-week old Alijah. Other sources say that Kendra is considering all possibilities for her future, including divorce, and Hank has continued to insist that it was just a one-time thing. My recommendation? Divorce him. I know that’s harsh or whatever, but this was a huge betrayal and I just don’t see how they could get past it. Poor Kendra.


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  1. Kiddo says:

    Cheating is a betrayal regardless of who the committed person cheats with.

    • blue marie says:

      + 1, cheating is cheating

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I agree. I think cheating on your pregnant spouse is especially awful, but I agree that who he cheated with makes no difference.

    • Gea says:

      Yes , cheating is betrayal but still maybe there is a chance for them. Both of them were young when they met and made family and still after all there is a room for growing for both of them. They do look like lovely couple and Hank didn’t seemed like a horrific guy on Celebrity WS . On the end it is about love, forgiveness and how much both of them want to keep union together.

    • the original bellaluna says:

      It could be worse. He could’ve been in jail and she could have found out by being subpoenaed as a witness for the defense for said mistress she never knew existed.

      True story.

    • Sassy says:

      I am smelling something Kardashianesque here. You fake a breakup (with a trans gender prostitute no less) – it hits the tabloids. You and your mother start speaking and the mother tweets on her drive to LA. You tell a tabloid that you have flushed your ring. Wow – you are getting a lot of attention. When your “reality” show airs – you have scripting for 2 or 3 shows about how it went down, how you “worked out your problems”. Perhaps you will use the same shrink that Tori and Dean used to patch things up.

    • MCraw says:

      Ok, buuuut…. Have you read the reports? What got him off was the P touching his face. As a woman learning that about my husband, even IF we worked it out, I don’t have what really gets him off. It would never work. So, who you cheat with does matter to the partner who doesn’t have those parts.

      • MorticiansDoItDeader says:

        @mcraw, I totally agree. Hank was employed by the NFL (a very homophobic/transphobic organization) and he probably hid certain preferences from people close to him because it could have affected his career. Now that he’s no longer employed by the NFL he feels free to explore those preferences. If I were his wife, I would be concerned that he (probably) hid these feelings from me and concerned that he prefers trans ladies, and that I may not be what he really enjoys.

      • Kiddo says:

        I didn’t delve that far, my point was that I would be pissed and hurt, no matter what. Maybe he is bi, maybe he is gay, maybe he has a fetish, I have no idea. It’s a betrayal though, regardless of statistics, cheating partner, and whatnot. I would have a very difficult time trusting someone who cheated. (period) Not sure under what conditions I would remain.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      The vase is broken, they can try to glue it back together but it will never be the same.

  2. someone says:

    Flushed her ring? How pointless…

    • Rae says:

      I know, right? I mean, I appreciate a good rager, but girl, keep the ring! Hock that sucker and take a nice trip somewhere.

    • Eleonoy says:

      my mum throw away her wedding alliance, she said it made her feel better.

      • homegrrrl says:

        I did too, I threw my rings out the window, platinum and diamonds, etc. I should have shown self-restraint and hocked them or given them away. He wasn’t worth the loss that someone else could have benefitted from; word up ladies.

      • Lady Macbeth (ex HiddlesF) says:

        This never happened when I broke my two previous engagements. Kept the rings and sold them. Threw the pictures and something else (shoes) at the b@stards….

  3. ncboudicca says:

    No, no, no – SELL the ring, don’t FLUSH it!!!

    Seriously, feel bad for her and every man or woman who has been cheated on. That’s a lot of hurt.

  4. GeeMoney says:

    I feel bad for her. On Kendra’s reality show, her mom was really worried about the two of them getting married because she was pregnant, their relationship was mostly long distance and that they were so young (I think they were both about 23-24 when they got married). She didn’t want Kendra to get divorced like she did at a young age and have to raise children on her own.

    And I don’t know what’s worse… the fact that he cheated on her, or that he cheated on her while she was pregnant AND it was with another woman/man. She must really be hurting.

    • Smoochie says:

      I saw them on Celeb Wife Swap. They only got married five years ago. Kendra treated him terribly. I’m not condoning in any way what he did but Kendra needs to own her own part in the downfall of their marriage. All she wanted to do was go out and get drunk with her girlfriends as if she were still single, leaving Hank to do literally everything at home, including raising their son, and Kendra did not spend any time with the son. If the show was anything like real life in that house, it was doomed anyway.

    • kri says:

      This is so freaking shitty. To be cheated on is awful, no matter the circumstances. It’s also the cheater’s fault-he took the vows, he made the commitment and he is the dad of those children. I am no fan of Kendra, but no one deserves this. Divorce his lying, sorry punk ass, pronto!

    • mayamae says:

      I don’t remember her mom being angry that she was getting married to Hank. They found out she was pregnant after they were already engaged. Her mom acted like Kendra was trash for getting pregnant before marriage. I remember thinking this – Oh, so it’s not that she lived with a disgusting old man and had sex with him along with ten or more other girls, and it’s not posing in Playboy at the age of eighteen. Her mom did not impress me.

  5. Jaded says:

    No second chances. To cheat is horrible. To cheat while your wife is expecting your child imminently and thinks her marriage is safe and happy is beyond reprehensible.

    • Ag says:

      good lord, seriously. that seems like one of the worst things you could do, seriously. i can’t imagine dealing with cheating while pregnant or right post-partum, that must be a special kind of hell.

      • Boodiba says:

        Ya… I feel really bad for her. My one, long term boyfriend cheated on me for a solid year while we were together (and gave me an STD). We split 22 years ago & I was never able to form a serious relationship after that.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Seriously. After the trust is broken like that, I just wouldn’t be able to get over it.

    • Jenna says:

      It’s weird, to me, I think in some situations, couples can – if they ~both~ work like the devil to do everything and anything necessary to fix things (by that I mean, not only does the cheater have to bust their butt to try and make things right, accept the pain and distrust and outright anger their partner is going through, AND the cheatee can be honest with themselves over if it is something they think they can work thru/out in time as well as be honest if they can move enough past things so they don’t just string along, torture and prolong the healing process just to return in kind the pain they went thru… and that’s a biggie. My uncle had an affair and a son, but because of his faith he begged his wife to take him back. and has crawled on broken glass for 30 years for a woman who treats him just as filthily as she did before the affair, screaming violent rages, abusive behavior, forbidding him to see his son, screaming/crying jags of violence towards their daughters and it’s all fine ‘because he cheated’. If you can’t let it go, if you can’t make it work – walk the frak AWAY for the sake of your own sanity and life, if for no other reason.) in time. But there are 3 times I just don’t think I could work up the energy to bother to even think about trying, and would just pack their crap up, talk to a lawyer and just move on at once: Pregnancy, Extreme Illness of Partner or Child, and Death of Child or Parent. Those times? Just… no. Never. To do that, at those times, just seems… beyond forgiving, beyond moving on, beyond the ability to heal. Because it adds just that extra layer of total cruelty and ‘FY, I’m gonna do whatever I want, you never mattered’ to an already cruel and thoughtless act. (sorry about the novel. Can you tell I’m in the midst of a crapload of friends and family who all seem to have lost their collective minds lately and seem to think calling ME is a good idea as a dump zone? Only good thing out of it all is being extra blessed with my OWN partner!)

      • Ag says:

        that’s really sad about your uncle and aunt. i feel awful for their kids – they didn’t ask for any of this, and certainly not to be abused.

        i think that knowing that you would not be able to get over such a situation, or coming to that realization after some time, would require insight and honesty with oneself. if someone is staying in a relationship they don’t want to be in “because of their faith,” that is bound to obfuscate issues and to create even more tension than there would be normally in such a situation. people also might feel pressured to stay if they think that their faith community would want them to, and rage against it in private, taking it out on the cheating spouse, the children, etc.

  6. aims says:

    If a man can cheat on you while you’re pregnant, then he’s a double dirtbag. The whole situation sucks

  7. Zigggy says:

    Oooh, that sucks.

  8. manda says:

    If true, which I guess there is no question, she should definitely divorce him. I would. This was not an instance of “one thing led to another,” this was a business transaction. I would be so much more skeeved out if my hubby cheated on me with a prostitute than some rando. But maybe that’s just me? I guess what I’m saying is, for me, prostitute is a deal-breaker; cheating with a rando might not be, but probably would be

  9. Tammy says:

    There have been cheating rumors surrounding Kendra for the longest time and I’m suspicious of these rumors about Hank. There have been stories about how Kendra and her mother have recently made up & it comes after these stories come about Hank…just makes me suspicious of the timing of the reconciliation. And she could be taking a page out of Tori Spelling’s book here to drum up interest in her reality show. It could be true, though.

    Whether she should divorce him or not, well that is up to her. A betrayal is a betrayal and I don’t know how you get past that, but couples do all the time and stay married.

  10. Sam says:

    I wish the media would stop running with the “Hank cheats with a t****y” angle. He cheated. The biological sex or gender of the person he cheated with isn’t really the point. Is Kendra supposed to feel worse because her husband stepped out on her with a trans person? I’m sorry, I’m just not seeing it. Hank is in serious crap regardless. The model is sleazy for selling her story (but I fully believe that she’s a professional, not a jilted other woman). They both deserve a good flaying in the press, but the coverage so far has just given me the creeps since all the coverage seems to be about how “super-bad” it is due to Ava being trans.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I agree 100%.

    • JessMa says:

      It might be relevant to Kendra. Some transgendered people decide to keep their original parts below. There are many people that like transgendered women that have male parts too. In my local paper the last few pages are full of escort ads that say 36 24 36 and 8. These are for men interested in beautiful women that big boobs and working penises.

      If Hank wants to be with someone that has a penis, then Kendra should move on. She can never offer a working penis so reconciliation is out of the question. The same would be true if he was on the DL with other men. I am not saying all should be forgiven if it was a woman. I don’t think I could forgive cheating of any kind.

      • vic says:

        I agree with you JessMa. His orientation could be a factor in reconciliation. If he wants something other than women it would be hard to maintain a marriage to a woman and be faithful.

      • MW says:

        Perfectly stated JessMa and Vic. Why or with whom he cheated is a big part of this particular story, because if this is what Hank really wants, Kendra can’t make it happen. If they could work it out, I think she would still always be wondering and worrying. Plus, this is nothing to do with me not being PC or open-minded enough, but it’s true — they will both have to deal with the fact that he won’t be known as “HB the ex-footballer” any more, he will be “you know, HB, the guy that got caught cheating with ….”. JMHO.

    • anon33 says:

      ETA: JessMa, your comments aren’t helping. If he cheats, it is cheating, and he obviously wasn’t getting something that he needed from Kendra (NOT SAYING THAT I AGREE WITH THAT RATIONALE WHEN USED BY CHEATERS, BUT THAT WAS YOUR POINT), regardless-whether it was a d8ck or not. A cheater is a cheater is a cheater.

      • GeeMoney says:

        Yeah, but there is a whole ‘nother level of deceit on top of the fact that her husband cheated on her. He claimed to be heterosexual when he married her, so he technically lied about that when he had sex with the transgendered person. Bad enough she has to deal with the fact that he cheated on her, but she also has to deal with the fact that he might have LIED about his sexuality as well!

        A cheater is a cheater is a cheater, this is true, but portraying yourself to your spouse as heterosexual when you might not be is adding fuel to the fire.

      • MW says:

        GeeMoney – this^^

    • Kimbob says:

      Umm, I do get your point about, “cheating is cheating is cheating,” and when it comes down to brass tacks, yes…betrayal is betrayal. However, this happened to me, as well. My husband of eight years I discovered was into trans, and let me tell you, when you think you’re in a conventional marriage and discover something like THIS, well….all I can say from personal experience is it IS a bit different.

      Cue me going to a psychiatrist after discovering such, because it BLEW MY MIND, & I got the hell out of the house that was in my name (because he refused to leave), got the separation clock ticking, & initiated divorce proceedings. I guess I’m revealing this because it is different, & unless you’ve personally experienced such you wouldn’t really know how it “feels.”

      I don’t know about Kendra, but….yes….I certainly felt worse for wear after discovering what I did. I questioned everything about what I “thought” my marriage was about….and I didn’t know what to think of my alleged husband. Point is it sucks & I certainly wouldn’t wish it on anyone.

      • Izzy says:

        kimbob, thanks for sharing your perspective on this. Yes, a cheater is a cheater regardless, but it has to be different for every person cheated on, and in Kendra’s case the details probably do matter to her, as they did to you.

        And I’m sorry this has happened to you.

      • megsie says:

        Yes, thank you. What sounds good in theory (a cheater is a cheater is a ..), doesn’t always pan out with experience.

      • Jayna says:


      • Kimbob says:

        Izzy, megsie & Jayna….thank you for your validating comments. : )

      • Sam says:

        I can see where you are coming from, but I feel I should add that there are two sides to it. Dan Savage discussed this a while back, and he pointed out that research actually suggests that when someone is cheated on and the new partner is a person with a differently-gendered body (meaning, having physical parts the person who was cheated on didn’t have), the cheated on partner actually tends to take the cheating EASIER. The rationale behind it is that the cheating didn’t happen because of personal unhappiness in the relationship, usually – the partner just wanted a body that their partner just could not give them. It’s still a betrayal and hurtful, but the cheated on partner doesn’t spend as much time beating themselves up – because there isn’t anything they could have done (short of getting new genitals).

        I used to work in sex counseling and met many couples like the one you were in. Usually, these couples seemed to do better, because the cheating normally didn’t involve the emotional components or unhappiness that defined so much other cheating. Often, there was no emotional component at all; the other partner just figured out that they were attracted to a different sex, or gender, or body.

        I’m not trying to invalidate your personal experience, but I’d feel like I wasn’t doing the right thing by pointing out that there is vast experience when it comes to this stuff and there isn’t any “right” way to respond to it.

      • poorimmigrant says:

        Sorry, I don’t understand why it blew your mind. Trans people disgust/scare you?

      • MW says:

        Poor immigrant – what she is saying is that with cheating, and with a transsexual, your brain kinda goes to a place that wonders what happened? – what in the world else is going to happen? Was anything I thought about my life or my relationship real or true? Nobody is putting down transgenders — these just happen to be the facts of this matter.

    • Nuzzybear says:

      Cheating is cheating, but sexual attraction preference is also an identity thing that should be disclosed prior to any major commitment. It’s an added betrayal – because the person is not who they represented themselves to be.

      • Kimbob says:


      • Sam says:

        Actually, human sexuality is fluid. A person can develop an attraction to another sex over time, or perhaps they repressed those feelings for years. It’s now seen as bad science to think otherwise.

      • Lotta says:

        But what if you realize your sexual orientation AFTER you got married? I know of two guys (who both were brought up in veryconservative christian families), and they were both married to women when they understood, or dared to accept to themselves and the world, that they were gay. One of this men was in his upper forties and the other was thirtysomething.

      • MW says:

        Lotta – well if you realized you were gay after you got involved in a heterosexual marriage, you discuss it with your spouse, in private, and decide what to do. You don’t go out and get outed/busted, in front of the world, before your husband or wife even finds out. You owe your significant other at least that respect and loyalty.

    • Your Mama says:

      I hate to say it, but it is interesting to me that a big, strapping, supposedly straight man sleeps with a transvestite when he is supposed to be happily married to a woman!

      This Ava Sabrina woman seems like a major fame ho to boot and a cheap hooker.

  11. Flounder says:

    So sad for everyone .

  12. OriginallyBlue says:

    Poor Kendra. Cheating is the worst, but doing it while she is pregnant. Ugh. He really needs his ass kicked.

  13. Jen2 says:

    The cynic in me is a bit wary of this. Cheating is ugly, but, will this be the next season of her TV show? Sounds like that other couple who used cheating to get ratings. Know it sounds cynical, but the reality show business is so crappy, who knows what is and what is not true and what is for ratings. Cheating sucks, but if it becomes the “woe is me, I was cheated on” TV show, then it is making a horrible situation cheap and exploitive.

    • Your Mama says:

      The thought crossed my mind too that this was just for ratings, but I think this one was real. Kendra and Hank relied on their image as a happy family for ratings, this scandal destroyed that.

  14. OKP says:

    Most men cheat. Get over it everyone. If your husband cheats on you and then you divorce him,then it is safe to say that its within your right to suggest that she divorce Hank. Till then,its Kendra’s problem.

    • Whatwhatnot says:

      Agree. Sorry but it’s true.

      I’ve had one male friend say in front of me that men only truly love two women in their lives. Their mothers and if they have any, their daughters. Yeah that upset me to hear.
      Another male friend told me that the only men that will tell a woman that “not ALL men cheat” are the men that are trying to impress/screw you.

      I think a good majority of them, if presented with the opportunity cheat. Men are very visual creatures. They cheat because they can or because they (think they) can get away with it. When women cheat, it’s usually a more emotional thing.

      • megsie says:

        Sadly, I think there’s a lot of truth to this. Some men are more inclined, some have more opportunity etc but .. yeah 🙁

      • Frida_K says:

        I have to disagree with this one. My brother is a case in point. So handsome as a young guy–girls would drive by our house, he got hit on all the time–and he never, ever cheated on any of his girlfriends. He always had a long-term girl and he never, never cheated. That’s his personality. That’s just how he is. And I didn’t have much of a father growing up, but I did have my brother as an example so, as a result, my model of a guy is a guy who doesn’t cheat. I don’t attract cheaters. I wouldn’t tolerate a cheater for a second. It’s just not what was imprinted on me as a young woman.

        Lots of people cheat, sure, but not everyone.

      • GeeMoney says:

        “I’ve had one male friend say in front of me that men only truly love two women in their lives. Their mothers and if they have any, their daughters”.

        Your friend may be right, but any man who functions this way is an a**hole. And no woman should waste their time dating or being married to someone like that.

        I do believe there are men in this world who truly love their wives. They may be few and far between, but they do exist.

      • Chris says:

        You aren’t hanging with the right men. Of course there are men who love and commit to their wives.

        You were wrong to believe him.

        When a man says “All men do [blank]” they’re only speaking for themself, and trying to excuse it.

      • Chrisine says:

        Ladies …. You aren’t hanging with the right men. Of course there are men who love and commit to their wives. How can you be so narrow minded to not see that? Think classic gossip — Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward were the real deal.

        You were wrong to believe your friend.


        When a man says “All men do [blank]” they’re ONLY speaking for themself, and trying to excuse the BLANK.

      • Lady Macbeth (ex HiddlesF) says:


        I have seen plenty of my female friends to cheat on their partners and only a few men. Half of the cheating women did it was for sex, emotional excuse not contemplated at all!

        So your theory sounds a bit flawed. And by the way, my husband has neither a mother (she abandoned her children ages ago and died last year without ever trying to see them again) nor a daughter. So if my husband will cheat on me, I guess it will be for love, right? Hmmm…..

        As people said above, I guess your friend was using that as an excuse to justify his own behaviour.

    • Wren33 says:

      Last statistics I saw said 57% of men and 54% of women admit to cheating in at least one relationship over their lifetime. So, both men and women cheat a lot, but in any one particular relationship the odds are less than 50% for certainly not all men all the time.

    • astra says:

      Agreed! As long as they use protection, I don’t really care or want to know what or who they’re doing when I’m not around. Funny how it was only about 50 years ago that the mindset of “boys will be boys” was accepted as pretty much fact and now we’re supposed to believe that ALL of them are now loving, faithful, honest and true? HAHAHA! I have kids, I am not going to go looking for trouble, and I am not going to break up my marriage and family over something like that. My husband, if he does cheat, is smart enough for me to never find out and he will cover his tracks well, so why would I go looking for something that will likely just make me miserable? I’ve got divorced parents and I will put up with almost anything to keep my kids from living that hell on Earth.

      • E.H says:

        I can’t believe this comment was totally skipped over. Wow are you serious? This is 2014, not 1914.

      • Mingy says:

        “I’m not going to go looking for trouble” That is just disturbing, what if you caught him with another woman in your bed or anywhere for that matter?? And if you didn’t have a family/kids, would you care if he cheated ?

    • GeeMoney says:

      Most men cheat, but so do most women. And it’s not always a physical thing when a man cheats. It can be emotional for them too. Not all guys are neanderthals.

    • Trashaddict says:

      OKP – Get over it? Was his partner a pro? Did he use a condom? Tell a woman who seroconverts to HIV positive during pregnancy to “get over it”. Yeah we have to become more accepting as a society about sexuality in all shapes and flavors. But when another person puts their most basic trust in you, it comes with a responsibility to try not to hurt them, physically or psychologically.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      Plenty of women cheat too you know, it’s not just men doing the running around.

  15. Kim1 says:

    If he can forgive her “alleged” cheating she can forgive him.It wasn’t a LTR,he didn’t fall in love..

    I don’t think you have to end a marriage over a basically one night stand.I think they should seek counseling and not rush into destroying a family.

    • Gina says:

      +1 People are so quick to destroy a family nowadays. It IS possible to move past a betrayal like this with hard work, dedication and counseling.

      • rep says:

        It’s not just a betrayal. I am sorry, I do not get wanting to have sex with boobs and a penis. What is that. How can you know what you are attracted to when it’s this mixed up?

    • Squeakie says:

      I agree. Emotional cheating is SO much worse than just a physical one night stand which he paid for. If he was actively pursing a relationship with this person it would be a different story, but it sounds like he just had a kink that he wanted to explore. If she wasn’t pregnant when this occurred I don’t think it would be that big of a deal.

    • Bob Loblaw says:

      Is this something you’ve lived through? Betrayal is very difficult to get past, even without marriage and children involved. The person who broke up the family is the cheater and not the gossip hawks chattering about the fall out.

  16. Mia V. says:

    Very sad for Kendra and the kids. He’s a douchebag, divorce him.

  17. Ag says:

    the headline should read “kendra punched balls,” which is all that hank deserves in this scenario.

  18. Macey says:

    I must be the only that thinks all of this is nothing more than a publicity stunt. I never watched her show and dont know if hers is still on but I’m just having a hard time buying this scandal. Maybe its true but something smells fishy to me. Especially the ring part. sorry but no girl throws away jewels knowing what she can hock it for. This is a chick who used to sleep with Heff…no way she’d flush anything valuable down the drain.

  19. gata says:

    We all do stupid things in the heat of the moment but…good god is she going to regret flushing that ring…..$$$$$$$$… someone with not a lot of career options, that seems like a very silly move. Poor Kendra.

  20. Nikki says:

    My heart goes out to Kendra, and I TOTALLY get flushing the ring away. Someone said it was “pointless”, but the point was, she was destroying everything that symbolized their sacred commitment to each other, since he proved he WASN’T committed! I am so sad for her, but I find it inspiring that there are still people who don’t think logically about betrayal, whose passion hasn’t planned for it, folks who have dared to really give a marriage all their trust and faith. I hope Kendra divorces him, and finds someone more worthy of her!!!

  21. Kelly Hammonds says:

    It’s one thing to cheat, it’s another to cheat while your wife is about to birth out your baby and it’s it’s a whole other party when that cheating includes jacking off another man, tits or no tits. I am very liberal, advocate for gay rights/marriage, and supported my daughter in her 3 year relationship with another girl happily but if I found out my husband paid another man $500 bucks to jack him off, nope, done. Over forever. No amount of crying/begging could fix that. I can get kinky, we can do some crazy stuff but I can’t grow a dick so he’d be on his own.

    • anon33 says:

      I really do not understand these comments about not being able to give him a d8ck if that’s what he wants. It’s no different than wanting another p888y-strange is strange and if a man wants strange it doesn’t matter, he’s going to go get it. You never know, he might like another p888y better than yours too!!!

      • astra says:

        Haha yeah it’s called a strap on. But apparently some of them want the real deal.

    • Lesley says:

      Love you Kelly! and totally agree.

  22. nap says:

    cheating is cheating but this is wayyy over the top…this is worse than just cheating and you all know it.

  23. Fan says:

    Good for her. That’s one tough lady. I’m sure he will not fool around again if he gets a 2nd chance.

  24. candy corn says:

    I can’t think of anything worse for a marriage than a husband cheating on his pregnant wife. What’s wrong with guys!!! Your wife is carrying your child…grow up.

  25. Nikita says:

    What an A…ole!!!! She just gave birth to thier child. How awful, i feel very very sorry for her.
    Stay strong Kendra!!! Kick his A..

  26. Your Mama says:

    Hank seemed like such a great guy. Guess he had everyone fooled. I used to watch their show and after baby hank was about 1 Kendra and Hank stopped appearing so in love. I wonder really went on with them? Whatever really happened, it is unforgivable to cheat on your wife when she is pregnant. I feel really bad for Kendra and the kids.

  27. Ag says:

    this might be naive of me, but WTH is a “YouTube model”?

  28. serena says:

    I didn’t see this coming, they seemed like a solid couple. Guess he’s just another douchebag.

  29. rep says:

    Oh, let’s not forget she used to have sex with Hugh Hefner and the other girls at the same time. If I were Hankc I would hAve had a hard time getting past that. Pleeeese.

  30. Jenny12 says:

    Cheating sucks, and this guy was 100 percent wrong. But I’m wondering if maybe Hank needs to come out of the closet and is scared to.

    • Your Mama says:

      Sounds like he needs to bust out of that closet as a bi or gay man. Probably was hard growing up in a small town, playing football, and didn’t want to disappoint his family or get teased. Why he thought cheating on his pregnant wife was any better I don’t know.

  31. rep says:

    If he is having sex with a penis, he’s already out.

  32. Liz says:

    It’s but enough that he cheated but to do it with a guy dressed/acts like a woman is too weird. Divorce!!!

  33. rep says:

    And what is up with men seeking to have sex with transexual so much lately? Talk about being confused.

    • serena says:

      That’s what I was thinking about too! Nothing against them by the way, but isn’t it becoming a strange trend? Or more like it’s been discovered just now? I dunno.

  34. Elizabeth says:

    I don’t see how it could possibly matter whether the girl he cheated with was trans or not; it’s the cheating that matters. And I don’t like cheating. I don’t blame Kendra one bit for being pissed – I would be, too. The only difference is that I’d have sold my wedding ring to pay for the divorce attorney and then I’d remove and flush his boy bits.

  35. Word Girl says:

    To put things in perspective,
    I saw the show “Wife Swap” , which featured Hank and Kendra and, if that show mirrors the way Kendra and Hank really run their home life, then I can somewhat see why he would want to deviate from the relationship. Kendra spent most of her days and time at the spa or at lunch with her girlfriends while the nanny and Hank cared for the children. It was like Kendra didn’t have kids at all. With that being said, I do NOT condone cheating. If a person in a relationship wants to deviate or wants out, they should just admit this to their SO, so that they can both “consciously uncouple”. Thank you GOOP for adding to my vocab… I digress. 🙂 Obviously, Hank wants what Kendra is not equipped with physically, so Hank will probably always want to deviate even if he doesn’t act on it, so I say run Kendra.

  36. MY TWO CENTS says:

    My guess is filming has already begun on her show that will portray this whole scandal. Don’t know if I believe it all or not. Kendra never seemed on the feminine side to me so maybe he does have an attraction to the more “masculine” female. Kendra herself said she has always been a tomboy. I did see the wife swap show and Hank seemed to take on the more traditional role of child and home caretaker. Kendra just did whatever she wanted. I can’t believe he could be so “stupid” to contact a random stranger he saw on you tube and trust that she wouldn’t use the “story” for money. That’s where I have a problem believing. Is he that naive or was it all just an incredible stunt for a season? I mean her show was pretty much a bore and probably wasn’t going to be renewed. As far as I can tell, that is their main source of income. Time will tell.