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Anderson Cooper's boyfriend caught cheating

2012-08-13 12:41
 
New York - Anderson Cooper's long-term boyfriend Ben Maisani has been photographed kissing another man, reports Radar Online.

Pictures show Ben, 39, cozying up to a dark-haired, unidentified man in a New York park.

Anderson, a CNN news anchor and talk show host, reportedly planned to marry his partner as soon as Labour Day - which is celebrated on the first Monday of September in the US.

Rumours of a wedding came shortly after Anderson, 45, spoke publicly about his sexuality for the first time, saying: "The fact is, I'm gay, always have been, always will be, and I couldn't be more happy."

Anderson and Ben have been in a relationship for several years and reportedly live together in Anderson's Manhattan townhouse, a converted fire station.

Ben is the owner of gay bar Eastern Bloc, located in Manhattan's East Village.

They were encouraged to marry last year by Anderson's mother, designer Gloria Vanderbilt, reports the Daily Mail.

Anderson, a prolific user of the social network Twitter, has not posted any new tweets since the photographs came out.
 
See the photographs here.

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