Yes, we realize it's a TV show and they edit to great the best narrative that gets people talking.But do you honestly believe none of this is Court's real personality? Are they just editing the show to make her look bad? Also featured in this week’s issue the magazine has the scoop on Kim Kardashian’s new face.They claim that Kimmie has a bizarre new face and they have all the details on the plastic surgery scandal.I don’t know if I can work with these people.’ I don’t condone it, but I do see that this is a married couple that is genuinely married and they have marital issues that needed to be worked on.I came in saying, 'She's a victim, he's a predator.' What I found out was that she has a lot more power in this relationship and he is far more powerless than I expected. He unfortunately has nothing besides her." Hutchison was also defended by Stodden's mother, Krista Keller, who praised Hutchison for the kindness with which he treats Stodden.In Touch is also claiming that Rumer Willis is headed to rehab, not Demi Moore.
Ben’s new found feelings about Courtney are also tainted after two of the girls express their feelings about who and how Courtney really is. What do you think, do you despise Courtney as much as everyone else?"She’s really just such a sweet, kind, funny person.She's really witty, and I think a lot of people just don’t get her humor — she likes to stir the pot a little, and there’s nothing wrong with that!For his part, Luyendyk — who races for his own team, which counts GUNK and Cooper Tire as sponsors — praises Robertson and says the public got the wrong impression of her during Ben Flajnik's season of the venerable ABC dating series.In the batch of episodes that aired in 2012 and ended with Flajnik proposing to her, Robertson frequently antagonized the other women and earned notoriety for her secret skinny-dip with Flajnik.Courtney Alexis Stodden (born August 29, 1994) is an American reality show contestant, actress, model, recording artist and a national spokesperson for PETA, the animal rights activist organization.In 2011, then 16-year-old Stodden received widespread media attention after marrying then 50-year-old actor Doug Hutchison.According to Stodden, the couple enrolled in therapy in order to resolve issues that arose in their marriage from their age difference. Jenn Berman, the marriage counsellor who worked with the couple during their appearance on the show, stressed that she does not believe that Hutchison is, or was, seeking out young people, saying, "He's not a predator. He was teaching a class, she wanted to be an actress, it was an acting class...He's not someone, who if Courtney left him, would be trolling the Internet or high schools for underage girls. And that’s how it started." Though Berman was eventually surprised by the dynamic between the two, she commented on her initial hesitations about working with the couple, saying, "I believe it was the wrong decision to let a 16-year-old marry a man in his 50s. [at first] I said to my producer, ‘I think this guy is a pedophile...It was the first time I got to talk without any audio. Robertson: In our case it did especially once the show started airing. There were a few weeks before the show started airing that were probably the best time in our relationship. I reached out to him about eight months ago when I was writing the book and said, “Hey I just wanted you to know I'm writing a book. That was really difficult for me because I couldn't say anything at the time so you're just sitting there watching these things being said about you and you can't react to it. There were things coming out and being spun, these crazy stories.