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AUSTRALIA: ‘We’re together… for now’: Gabi Grecko admits Celebrity Apprentice schedule has taken toll on marriage to Geoffrey Edelsten 

Geofffrey Edelstern owned mansions, helicopters, and a fleet of Rolls-Royces and Lamborghinis with license plates such as Macho, Spunky and Sexy.

Gabi Grecko admits working in close proximity with husband Geoffrey Edelsten

Filming commitments are over following a two month shooting schedule for the forthcoming series of Celebrity Apprentice.

But as the dust settles, Gabi Grecko admits working in close proximity with husband Geoffrey Edelsten has taken a toll on their marriage – just three months after they exchanged vows.

‘We’re together, for now, ’ she told TV Week.

‘We were talking about not being together, ‘ she said of the spat.

Shorty before filming wrapped Gabi insisted she had enough of her ‘controlling’ 72-year-old husband and took to Instagram to declare: ‘I can’t be with Geoff anymore.’

Firing off an angry rant the Maxim model announced: ‘He is shutting down my phone so that I can’t contact anyone.’

The outbursts, since removed from her social media account, came shortly after after the pair married in a Chinese registry office in Melbourne.

 Read the full story at the DAILY MAIL, by JASON CHESTER 

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Geoffrey Edelsten, 72,  is an Australian medical entrepreneur who founded Allied Medical Group.

In 1990, he was jailed for perverting the course of justice and soliciting Christopher Dale Flannery to assault a former patient.

He owned mansions, helicopters, and a fleet of Rolls-Royces and Lamborghinis with license plates such as Macho, Spunky and Sexy (Read more: Wikipedia

Gabi Grecko  with husband Geoffrey Edelsten

 

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