‘My Fair Wedding’ Host David Tutera Denies Sex Addiction Claims

My Fair Wedding host David Tutera is denying his soon-to-be ex-husband’s claims that he is addicted to sex and frequently hired hookers and escorts to fulfill his needs.

Tutera, who has been hosting the WE tv series since 2008, filed for divorce from Ryan Jurica over irreconcilable differences. Jurica filed his own legal documents and claimed that Tutera’s sex addiction is what caused the two to break up. Jurica wrote that the couple, who had been married for 10 years, went to marriage counseling and therapy multiple times, but were unable to save the relationship. The two separated on New Year’s Day, according to documents filed in L.A. County Superior Court.

The 47-year-old event planner is vehemently denying Jurica’s claims.

“The allegations against me are baseless and untrue and I will fight vigorously to defend my reputation in the court of law as well as the court of public opinion,” Tutera told Us Weekly in a statement. “I believe them to be fabrications of a desperate individual in order to gain a legal advantage in our separation.”

Complicating matters is the fact that the Tutera and Jurica are expecting twins via a surrogate. The children are due this summer, and both men are requesting full custody. In addition to only allowing Jurica visitation rights, Tutera is also refusing to pay spousal support and wants Jurica to pay the legal fees related to the split.

Tutera added, “I am saddened by these developments; I am angered by the lies; and I am committed to moving beyond this painful moment to focus on my professional commitments and the upcoming birth of my children.”

Jurica’s lawyer says that Tutera is the one who ended the relationship, and that Jurica was so depressed, he checked himself into a rehab treatment facility. Jurica had previously been arrested for DWI and public intoxication.

Do you think David Tutera and Ryan Jurica will be able to work out their differences?

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