February 25, 2010 02:29:03 GMT
A stripper claimed she slept with the 'Lost' actor twice in 2009 and he did not even use protection or tell her to keep it as a secret.
The trend of going public with an affair involving a celebrity has caught on 25-year-old stripper Stefani Talbott. The mother of one told In Touch Weekly in an exclusive interview that she bedded "Lost" actor Matthew Fox twice during his visit to Oregon.
Fox has been married to former model Margherita Ronchi for 18 years and has two kids with her, 11-year-old Kyle and 8-year-old Byron. "He absolutely did not mention a wife or family, and I don't remember him wearing a wedding ring," Talbott testified.
Talbott claimed she met the actor in July last year while she was dancing at Stars Cabaret. "I was dancing onstage, and I made eye contact with him immediately. I got so excited," she said. Being a big "Party of Five" fan, Talbott recognized him right away. He then bought her a drink and hired four private dancers. "He asked me, 'Why are you working in a place like this?' I told him that I am a single mom and needed the money," she recalled.
The meeting led to a night full of passion. Talbott left her son with a babysitter and went over to a house Fox rented. "We sat around and talked about his show. He complimented me and was saying how down-to-earth I am. He told me he was going to be in town for a couple of days," she said. The next thing that happened, they were in bed. "He didn't tell me to keep it a secret or anything. He didn't even use protection. He didn't seem concerned at all," she revealed.
Talbott also shared her story to National Enquirer, saying she saved incriminating voicemails and texts from the actor. Taxi driver Andi Watson supported her allegation, saying she drove Fox and Talbott to her townhouse on December 29. "They kissed and touched each other in the cab," said Watson who remembered they were inside for an hour and a half.
As soon as the affair story broke out, a rep for Fox, Danica Smith, has come forward with a denial. "These accusations are false; it is some stripper's attempt for financial gain," she affirmed.