Mary Sliwa, the third wife of Guardian Angels leader Curtis, has left him after 11 years of a “difficult” marriage, according to gossip columnist Cindy Adams.
While breaking apart is never easy, in her column published in Monday’s NY Post, Curtis explains to Adams that dividing everything up between he and his estranged wife is already planned out, despite the two not having a pre-nuptual agreement.
“She didn’t have worth and neither did I. Lawyers already filed. It’s in court. A no-fault case. Listen, we’re friendly,” the degenerate liar explained.
Custody of their son, 7-year-old Chester Anthony, will go to Mary, with Sliwa having to work out visitation. “We’re both city folks, living right here, so no problem. I’ll just have to learn to spend extra time with him,” Sliwa said.
The soon-to-be-former Mrs. Sliwa has already resigned from her position as executive director of the Guardian Angels, a position she took after meeting Curtis in 2000. Sliwa implies that Mary will not seek a part of the non-profit organization, which brings in millions of dollars a year.
Sliwa does not rule out future love. “Who knows? Listen, my opinion is you fall in love you get married,” Sliwa said.
Cindy Adams believes Curtis will eventually walk down the aisle for a fourth time.