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July 26th, 2006 under Christie Brinkley

Peter Cook can beg all he wants, but Christie Brinkley isn’t ready to forgive. "She’s still very hurt, very shocked. He carried on a two-year affair," a family member said yesterday, laughing at the suggestion Brinkley will reconcile. "She has to be careful because they did a prenuptial agreement. She can’t say anything bad because the prenup will be broken," the relative said. "It’s not in her personality to say anything bad anyway." The family member, who asked not to be named, said it would be one thing if Cook, 47, was guilty of a meaningless one-night stand. But his philandering was a prolonged and devious relationship with a teenage assistant named Diana Bianchi. "You think when there are kids involved, maybe you can find forgiveness. But this girl [Bianchi] was on TV saying all this stuff about Peter pursuing her. It’s really hurtful," the family source said "I can’t say for sure what [Brinkley will] do next. But whatever it is, the family will totally support her," the relative said. "I think she’ll find love again. Everything is possible. She’s very strong."
Cook’s friend Trish Bergin, a TV news anchor who once dated Brinkley’s ex-husband Billy Joel, also rushed to Cook’s defense yesterday."Peter is not a cad," Bergin told "Inside Edition." "He is a good man who made a very bad mistake. I am hopeful they will now be given the privacy to work through this."Bergin described Cook as "distraught," "truly remorseful," and "committed to saving his marriage."
Bianchi’s lawyer Joseph Tacopina said Cook’s attempts to rehabilitate his image are fine when it comes to mea culpas, but dangerous when it comes to painting his client as an eager participant in the affair. "If he’s going to take a position not based in reality or truth, then [Bianchi] may wind up in a position to have to file a lawsuit," Tacopina told The News. Tacopina specifically disputed Cook’s comment, delivered through his lawyer, that he "took no advantage" with Bianchi. "No one ever said Diana was forced physically. The question is whether or not the advances were welcome and whether she believed there would be collateral consequences if she didn’t give in to his advances," Tacopina said. "She was making $12 an hour at a toy store when they met, and she became financially dependent on [her job at Cook’s architecture firm]. She was put in a difficult position, one that the law frowns upon," he explained.Tacopina said he had no immediate plans to file a sexual harassment lawsuit against Cook. But "if he keeps pushing us, invoking Diana in the newspapers, she’s going to be forced to defend herself," he said.

NY Daily News

Dang Bianchi is one smart whore at 19! Screw them after they are done screwing you. 



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