Picture: Ali Landry and daughter Estela Ines Monteverde World Premiere of Disney's The Lion King 3D held at the El Capitan Theatre Hollywood, California - 27.08.11
Actress Ali Landry has opened up about her short-lived marriage to U.S. TV personality Mario Lopez, revealing she learned of his affairs by tapping his cellphone.
The couple wed in Mexico in April, 2004, but Landry annulled the union two weeks later following reports of the actor's infidelity.
The former Saved by the Bell star has since publicly admitted to cheating, and now Landry has confessed she had a sneaky suspicion the relationship wasn't meant to be - but she was too scared to call off the nuptials and disappoint her family.
During an appearance on U.S. chat show The Wendy Williams Show on Thursday (15Mar12), she said, "I had heard something right before the wedding and he swore that it was not true, nothing was true. But I had that feeling in my gut. And, you know, all my family (members) were flying away, it was like a destination wedding, it was like a big trip for them. I really should have put the brakes on it at that point. I was afraid."
The former Miss Usa finally took matters into her own hands in an effort to uncover the truth about her husband.
She added, "One of my girlfriends said, 'If you really want to know, I know how to tap a phone...' So she did it. And right after the honeymoon I started getting these phone calls from these girls. I confronted him (Lopez) and he denied it. He never apologised."
But Landry, who is now married to film director Alejandro Monteverde, has made it clear she has no interest in making nice with the man who broke her heart.
She insists that a recent statement from Lopez, in which he claimed he has remained friends with all his exes, is "a lie!"
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