Sean avery dating andy cohen
"Celebrating our one year anniversary at #Ultra @imseanavery #Getaway Date." Cohen tweeted with the picture of them together sitting poolside at a lavish hotel.
Avery is especially concerned with landing the title of the "first openly gay NHL player." "Sean is openly gay/bisexual around close friends, but not to the public," the letter reads.The insider revealed the pair spent the Labor Day weekend together in South Hampton, shared their hotel room there and provided a photo of them together.In the picture, Cohen is lying back on a beach chair and Avery is leaning in towards the network executive.When a blogger asked Cohen on Twitter if he was dating Avery, the network executive said to "ask Sean." After some digging, Enstars discovered that Cohen has not been covering up this alleged relationship with Avery. 30, he shared a black and white photo of Avery on Twitter with the caption, "My man @iamseanavery is GIVING IT." On March 13, he revealed they went on vacation to celebrate their one-year anniversary.The Fame published an email they received from an anonymous source on Sept.2.The insider provided detailed information that alleged Cohen and Avery have been secretly dating for almost two years and will wed next year around their second anniversary.
The letter explained Avery has been hiding his true sexuality out of fear of the backlash he might receive from National Hockey League players.
The source also claimed Avery previously dated actress Elisha Cuthbert in an attempt to cover up that he is gay.
It has been revealed today that former New York Rangers legend Sean Avery is a gay man who has actually been engaged to a boyfriend that he has been seeing for a year and a half now.
According to the gossip site The Frame Driven.com, the 33-year-old ex-NHL star turned Vogue intern has been dating Andy Cohen, the creator of Bravo TV and host of “Watch What Happens Live!
” If this news is true (and it is), Sean Avery has just come out as the first NHL player, retired or active, to be openly gay.
Yet another giant step forward for the community in professional sports.