REPUBLICAN Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene allegedly cheated on her husband with a number of "brazen" affairs a decade ago.
The QAnon and conspiracy theory enthusiast is married to Perry Greene and couple recently celebrated their silver wedding anniversary.
Who is Marjorie Taylor Greene's husband Perry Greene?
Greene, 46, is married to Perry Greene, 49, and the couple have three children together.
Perry graduated from the University Of Georgia’s Terry College Of Business with a degree in accounting in 1996.
He started his career as an accountant at Ernst and Young, according to The Focus.
He was hired as a general manager at Taylor Construction – a building contractor business – in 1997.
Perry was appointed as the company's president in 1999, where he remains to this day.
The doting husband often shares posts supporting his wife's career.
When did the couple get married?
The couple tied the knot in 1995 and celebrated 25 years of marriage on August 11, 2020.
Greene described Perry as her "best friend and biggest supporter" in a Facebook post to mark the anniversary.
The post said: "25 years ago, I said 'I do.'
"Perry Greene and I have had some great adventures, but the best thing we’ve done has been being blessed with our 3 children.
"Perry, thank you for being my best friend and biggest supporter always! I love you!!"
What is the alleged Marjorie Taylor Greene cheating scandal?
Greene reportedly cheated on her husband with a polyamorous tantric sex guru and the manager at her gym.
She was allegedly unfaithful to her husband with "brazen" affairs a decade ago, according to the Daily Mail.
Greene's former boss at the CrossFit gym in Alpharetta, Georgia, billionaire Jim Chambers, claimed she had the affairs when she worked for him in 2012, the first being with "Tantric Warrior" Craig Ivey.
She apparently struck up a relationship with Ivey while working in gyms in Alpharetta.
An anonymous gym-goer close to the controversial congresswoman claimed her secret trysts were obvious to everyone, telling the Daily Mail: "Certainly she was screwing around."
But Greene told the Mail the claims are "ridiculous tabloid garbage spread by an avowed Communist".
She said the claims are "another attempt to smear my name because I’m the biggest threat to the Democrats' Socialist agenda".
Greene often describes herself as a "strong conservative Christian".
In October, The New Yorker magazine reported on Chambers' claims of Greene's affairs, saying she was having "multiple, blatant extramarital affairs in front of all of us".
The magazine said they spoke to someone with whom Greene was allegedly having an affair who provided "text message proof" from the now-congresswoman that she was sleeping with him.
It seems her alleged extra-marital activities didn't break Greene and her husband though, as he remains by her side throughout her rise to fame.
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