Inside Edition adds to that evidence by reporting that Cari Wyatt “was paid 0 to appear in an episode of Cheaters” and “asked to pretend that she was having a torrid affair with one guy while she was engaged to another,” but “never met either man until the day they started shooting and that the whole thing was fake.” “No, it’s not real at all. says she was paid 0 for a few days work playing a woman who is caught having an affair with the man,” and says that “the ambulance was rented, the blood was fake, and everything was scripted right down to the person who fell off the boat.” Cassandra Terrazas told the show, “It was all set up.
They just rented a boat for us and we were supposed to be out like we were fishing and I was supposed to be sunbathing, and then they were going to come up on another boat and catch us.” As further evidence, the show claimed the stabber was arrested by local police, but the Rowlett, Texas, Police Department’s spokesperson said, “There were no arrests at all during that time period for that type of crime.” When confronted with that evidence, executive producer and creator Bobby Goldstein (who initially said he was “positive” that everything on the show is real) told Inside Edition, “It was represented to me that this incident actually occurred.” Way to carefully word a sentence.
I think they’d catch him being Clark Gable, being very suave.
I mean, he was a womanizer, but in layman’s terms, I think that they’d catch a lot of natural occurrences. I’m not a huge, avid film-watcher of my grandfather’s films. There’s all these people partying and stuff, and all the sudden, this girl comes up and smashes this girl’s head.
He also said, about visiting Greco in the hospital post-stabbing: “My recollection is that he was very pale, very frail, very scared, but he was very courageous.
would then send a private detective to tail the suspected cheater until enough evidence had been accumulated to confirm the initial suspicions. When the show debuted in 2000, the brainchild of a Dallas attorney named Bobby Goldstein, the original host was named Tommy Grand (née Habeeb).
It’s impossible to be on television nowadays and not be hated.
There is always going to be that certain segment of the population that hates your guts no matter what. Al Sharpton Al Sharpton’s show “Politics Nation” on MSNBC was recently demoted to Sundays, possibly because of constant teleprompter fails or disgustingly biased journalism. Hopefully this gives him more time to pay off .5 million in back taxes.
“We just felt it was time to freshen up the show with a new host,” says Bobby Goldstein, who created in 1995 and has been the executive producer and driving force behind it ever since.
Cheaters has been on the air for nine years now, documenting scorned lovers confronting their cheating partners in the act, with a camera crew in tow.
It’s like an episode of Jerry Springer filmed in the cheaters’ natural habitats.
This comes seven years after The Houston Press reported basically the same thing: people were hired to pretend to be cheating.
The paper cited “five twentysomethings [who] say investigator Danny Gomez paid them 0 to act out phony scenarios that were presented as real on the show.” The paper’s story is a great piece of journalism and worth a read. “They asked us to sit next to the windows, ham it up a little bit, be flirty and touchy, to kiss a couple of times, but we never did, we just faked it.” The tabloid TV show also reports that the stabbing of host Joey Greco on board a boat was faked, reporting that “a Dallas hotel receptionist …