The ex-wife of Da Vinci code author Dan Brown claims that he led a double life – National

The ex-wife of The da vinci code The author Dan Brown has filed a lawsuit alleging that the man known for writing about conspiracies and secret societies had led a double life during his marriage that included a tryst with a Dutch horse trainer and other affairs.

In her lawsuit filed in New Hampshire on Monday, Blythe Brown also claimed to have inspired much of his work and developed the premise for it The da vinci code. She also claimed that Brown hid dozens of “million” future projects from her, including a television series and a children’s book due to be released in September.

However, the most explosive accusations are extramarital affairs. Brown described Brown’s behavior as “illegal and outrageous” and said she only found out about it after the couple divorced in 2019 after 21 years of marriage.

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She accuses the bestselling author of secretly diverting funds to pay gifts to a nameless horse trainer, including several Frisian horses, and funding for his lover’s horse training. She claims that the “illegal behavior” took place in New Hampshire, Europe and the Caribbean.

“Dan has lived a proverbial life full of lies for at least six years, and seems to be the epitome of a world-famous writer who lives a simple life in his home state of New Hampshire when he was really something else.” the lawsuit asserts. “For years, Dan has been secretly removing substantial funds from his and Blythe’s hard-earned marriage assets to conduct dirty, extramarital affairs with women – half his age – and lead a secret life.”

Dan Brown said in a statement that he was “stunned” by the allegations and called the complaint “regardless of the truth.” He said that he never misled his ex-wife about her finances during her divorce and that she received half of her holdings after the divorce.

“For reasons that are only known to her and possibly her lawyer, Blythe Brown has used this suit to create a fictional and vengeful account of aspects of our marriage that should hurt and embarrass me,” Brown said in a statement on Tuesday.

Blythe Brown, a horse lover who participates in horse-drawn carriage competitions, insisted that she only filed the lawsuit to stand up for herself and claim her “self-worth.”

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“We worked so hard together and tried to build something meaningful. Our mutual promises came with great success that we would not change ourselves or our life together, ”she said in a statement on Tuesday. “I don’t recognize the man Dan has become. It is time to reveal his deception and betrayal. After so much pain, it’s time for the truth. It is time to correct these mistakes. “

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Brown, a native of New Hampshire, has had a number of bestsellers, but is best known for The da vinci code, a puzzling thriller that introduced readers to the idea that Jesus Christ and Mary Magdalene were married and had children. The conspiracy outraged church officials and scholars.

In her lawsuit, Blythe Brown acted as inspiration for Brown to give up songwriting after the two met in 1990 and recognized his “unlimited potential as a fiction writer”. She also claims to have contributed to the development of key topics and ideas for many of his books, “served as a senior researcher, editor, and critic, and was literally Dan’s literary partner.”

“In fact, Blythe and Dan have partnered in the literary world that should last for nearly thirty years and occupy places they could never have imagined,” the lawsuit said, claiming unspecified claims for damages .

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Brown said he always recognized his ex-wife’s contributions.

“It is wrong to say that I did not adequately recognize my former wife’s literary contributions,” he said.

During a lawsuit against the editor of the The da vinci codeThe court heard Blythe Brown make a significant contribution to his historic thriller, which has sold millions. Two authors unsuccessfully sued, claiming that Brown “appropriated” the architecture of her book in a high-profile London trial.

According to testimonies and testimonies, Blythe Brown led the massive research effort, provided countless notes and suggestions, and offered an invaluable “female perspective” for a book immersed in “the sacred feminine”.

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