December 1, 2008

Model Cindy Guyer brawls in court with husband's mistress

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Model Cindy Guyer has graced the cover of countless romance novels, but her real-life husband is no faithful Fabio.

Guyer showed up in court last week to support her husband, Andrew Catapano - a construction honcho on trial for bribing Con Ed and union officials - only to find his new girlfriend sitting in the front row.

"I still love him," Guyer told the Daily News.

"But bringing the mistress to court while he's still married to me was tacky."

Not to mention infuriating.

Guyer, who also played Danny Aiello's girlfriend in "Last Request," waited for a recess and followed her romantic rival into the hallway. Witnesses said she called the woman a "tramp," flashed her wedding ring - and pulled the woman's long hair.

"I tapped her on the shoulder and called her a home wrecker," Guyer said. "Even if I did tug [her hair] a little, what's the big deal?"

Judge Frederic Block ordered U.S. marshals to sit beside Guyer if she returns to Brooklyn Federal Court today, and to boot her at the first sign of a catfight.

Guyer and Catapano have been living apart for about three months.

Still, the blond beauty, who lives in the couple's upper East Side apartment, insists she had no intention of disrupting the first day of her husband's trial.

Guyer blamed the tall, raven-haired girlfriend, identified by friends as Amilina Siekluska, an aspiring photographer, for wooing her husband.

"She's probably cavorting in my house [in Southampton] now," Guyer said.

Catapano, free on $1 million bail, faces more than 10 years in prison if convicted.

His lawyers declined to comment, but the judge didn't mince words.

"If there's any outbursts on [Guyer's] part, we'll have to immediately take her out of the courtroom," the judge said, according to a transcript of a sidebar meeting with lawyers.

Source: NY Daily News

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