Lou Ferrigno left ‘humiliated’ after estranged wife Carla accuses him of cheating and abuse amid divorce
Carla in her divorce filing has alleged that Lou spends 'most of his time' with his mistress she identified as Lisa
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Lou Ferrigno has been left feeling “humiliated” after his estranged wife Carla accused him of cheating and abuse amid their divorce drama.
RadarOnline.com citing sources reported that the ‘Hulk’ star and Carla will try to sort out their issues at a November 30 mediation session.
‘This has been a nightmare’
An insider reportedly spilled, “This has been a nightmare of epic proportions for Lou and Carla. Neither one expected all their dirty laundry to be aired in front of the world.”
Another source shared, “The sheer humiliation of all these sordid details being made public has hit him hard.” This comes after Carla in her divorce filing alleged that Lou spends "most of his time" with his mistress, named Lisa.
But a tipster said that though the 71-year-old actor confessed to being involved with other women, he asserted that there’s no "long-term mistress".
Lou also pointed out that with the 74-year-old actress’ dementia and Alzheimer's, he feels more like a “caretaker” than her spouse.
Carla claims Lou ‘is taking steps to limit my contact with’ other family members
However, Carla’s accusations include more serious issues, like the retired professional bodybuilder refusing her money and blocking their credit cards. She has also alleged that she has been distanced from their daughter, Shanna, 42, and son Lou Jr., 38, as well as from her sister Pam.
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Carla reportedly stated, “For a long time, Lou was willing to allow me to be cared for by our daughter and my sister, as well as hired caretakers. Now that they are calling him out on his abuse, he is taking steps to limit my contact with them.”
Besides, Lou Jr has also slammed his famous father by claiming, “We're embroiled in this legal fiasco now, and my father has decided to put forward all this information when we had every intention of keeping this private, and it's inexplicable.”
But as per Lou’s lawyer, Vatche Zetjian, the actor’s “priority remains his wife's welfare.”
“Lou and Carla, though counsel, have agreed to mediate, and Lou's hope remains that they reach an amicable resolution,” Zetjian added.