After the split, rumors began swirling that Newsom had an affair with his then-campaign manager's wife, Ruby Rippey-Tourk. He later admitted to the previously referenced “personal lapse of judgment” in 2007 (via Los Angeles Times).
His grandfather started the Maurice Violence furniture chain in 1932, which his father eventually took over prior to handing it down to him in 1998, according to Forbes. “I loved to hear him talk about not only his furniture and the art he made, but also the artists and designers he admired,” Violence gushed to the magazine.
“The couple met on a blind date last October and were engaged by Christmas, but kept the romance a secret until February, when Kimberly's divorce from San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom was finalized,” dished a May 2006 People article. In Guilfoyle's pre-attorney and news anchor days, she “modeled for Macy's, Nordstrom, Victoria's Secret and 'all the big stores' while in law school to help pay the bills,” revealed Women's Wear Daily.
According to the booking agency All American Entertainment Speakers, the furniture heir “maintains a deep connection to the fashion world” even to the present day. The couple went with a swanky St. James, Barbados resort with a Nazarene minister officiating the nuptials for their big day.
The duo's son, Roman Anthony, was born in October 2006, just five months after their big day, according to Town and Country) . Her first union only lasted five years, and her second marriage wound up having less longevity than the first, despite the fact that she had a child with hubby number two.
The exes had a signed prenuptial agreement in place and were “vowing to remain friends” while sharing joint custody of a then 2-year-old Roman (via Page Six). She gave us another look into her way of thinking in a 2018 interview with The Washington Post, where she said, “I am always changing and doing stuff ... Grass doesn't grow too long under my feet.
KimberlyGuilfoyle didn't waste any time (or money) finding some swanky new digs when she split from Eric Violence. According to Variety, she purchased a $1.3 million “high-glam bachelorette pad” on the 11th floor of a full-service co-op building in New York City right after their split in July 2009.
Variety described the pad as “girlishly sophisticated” with “tons of high-grade finishes, cute crystal doorknobs and numerous glittery chandeliers including a Sputnik-style stunner in the living room similar to those that glimmer gloriously in the lobby of the Metropolitan Opera House.” The home boasted ten closets, a dry bar, and it basically sounds like every divorced woman's dream.
According to a previously referenced source, when it came to a budget for her new digs, money was apparently no object, as the taxes and maintenance fees were $2,464 a month alone on the place. According to Variety, she only kept her rebound home for three years before putting it back on the market, relisting it for a sizable profit ($1,595,000).
The former television anchor is still “very close” with her furniture heir ex's family, despite the fact that they've been divorced for years, as revealed by Mediate. In fact, the same publication spied the 50-year-old girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr. “checking out wedding dresses” at Bridal Fashion Week in the Big Apple in April 2019.
“Releasing violent criminals (murderers w/ life sentences) is a threat to public safety.” “As a former prosecutor, this is a slap in the face to victims, their families & law enforcement who put them away,” she added.
Jacoby Felix, Crystal Jones, Andrew Crater and Luis Alberto Velez were convicted of separate murders in the 1990s” and “all four, now granted commutations by Newsom, were convicted in Sacramento County and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Felix, 18 at the time of his crime, fatally shot a man in 1993 during a carjacking, and has served 26 years.
Evidence shown at separate trials indicated that while it was Crater’s partner Thomas Robinson who pulled the trigger, Crater had supplied the gun, the car and the plan used in a June 1995 crime spree that included a string of armed robberies. Kimberly Ann Guilfoyle is an American attorney who is currently an advisor on President Donald Trump’s team.
She was a host on the show until 2018 when she left the media outlet to work for President Donald Trump. This piece will look at Kimberly ’s parents, her ex -husbands, and her relationship with Donald Trump Jr.
His father, Anthony Guilfoyle, left Ireland in his twenties and moved to San Francisco to work as a contractor. Her Puerto Rican mother, Mercedes Marie Serena, was a special education teacher, who shared a close bond with Kimberly.
Anthony passed away in 2008, having served in the U.S. army and worked as a political adviser in San Francisco. After a lengthy courtship, Kimberly and San Francisco’s future mayor Gavin Newsom got married in a lavish wedding in December 2001.
Nelson and Kimberly were considered San Francisco’s power couple, and in some circles, they were referred to as ‘the new Kennedy's.’ However, cracks in their relationship began to show after Kimberly moved to the opposite coast to pursue a journalism career. A year after the divorce, reports emerged that Gavin had an affair with Ruby Rippey-Tourk, the wife of his then-campaign manager, in late 2015.
Gavin didn’t deny the affair, and according to People, he said, “Everything you’ve heard and read is true. In October 2006, they welcomed their son Roman Anthony, and in June 2009, Eric and Kimberly announced their divorce.
In March 2018, Vanessa Kay filed for divorce from Donald Trump Jr. on the grounds that he’d cheated on her with singer Aubrey O’Day. Donald and Vanessa subsequent tabloid war kept the couple at the top of gossip headlines.
After Vanessa detailed her past romance with a former gang member, Donald’s team retaliated by revealing his relationship with Kimberly. Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesFormer First Lady of San Francisco KimberlyGuilfoyle gave the first night of the Republican National Convention a bit of a jolt when she delivered a forceful speech in defense of President Donald Trump.
Immediately following Guilfoyle's speech, Pennsylvania congressional candidate Sean Parnell took the stage to discuss cancel culture and ideological diversity in a muted tone, with many noting the dissonance. KimberlyGuilfoyle, an anchor on Fox News ‘ The Five and a potential replacement for White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer if he’s fired, has been married twice.
A spokesperson for Guilfoyle added, “As I stated in the interview, I really love what I do and my job co-hosting The Five is tough to beat.” Violence and Guilfoyle tied the knot on Memorial Day 2006.
In October that year, son Roman Anthony was born. According to a New York Post report from 2009, the couple had an amicable split in 2009, agreeing to share custody of Roman.
My second husband, Eric Violence, is the father of my beautiful boy Roman Anthony. In December 2013, Violence married his second wife, Swedish designer Caroline Fare.
The wedding took place at the EAU Palm Beach with 160 guests in attendance. “We wanted a place on the ocean where our guests could join us for the weekend,” Caroline told Brides.
“My friends and family from Sweden were so excited for the warm weather!” It has risen to become one of the most respected design firms on the world across a variety of platforms and industries.
Eric Violence's advice for turning product ideas into realityVillency Design Group CEO Eric Violence on the company and advice for turning product ideas into reality. “For me it’s about blending a perfect balance of wellness with lifestyle, and design with beauty,” Violence told Entrepreneur.
That’s why his firm has contributed to the design of so many wellness and exercising products. “In a sporting era of shortcuts and fallen stars, athletic achievement can be looked at cynically these days,” he told Entrepreneur.
He sat down with IVY to share his insights about the changing nature of design and the traits that make a great leader. As the New York Times noted in a 2003 profile of Violence, he once had a stint as a fashion model, working for Calvin Klein and Dolce & Gabbana, before he took over the reins of his family’s company.
But even his father, Robert Violence, recognized that he had an eye for design. “I don’t have an aesthetic bone in my body, but Eric has his grandfather’s sense of design,” Robert told the Times.
He values collaboration and has a group of employees who have been at the company for over 30 years. “Having those capabilities led us to projects that other people were either unable to do or unwilling to do.