New Joe Simpson Boy Toy Emerges
Pop star Jessica Simpson's father, Joe Simpson, has been thrown into the media spotlight after the National Enquirer alleged that he told his family he is gay and that it caused his wife Tina to file for divorce after 34-years of marriage, EDGE reported.
And things are not getting easier for poor Joe.
On Wednesday, EDGE also reported that Bryce Chandler Hill, a 21-year-old aspiring male model, has been bragging about his affair with Simpson, 54, after allegedly meeting the former Baptist pastor through a mutual friend of his daughters', Jessica and Ashlee.
But Yahoo!'s OMG reports that another boy toy has emerged in the scandal. According to the website, Simpson hired Joey Anderson, 32, a New York-based escort in May.
Anderson told the Enquirer that he and Simpson had sex for three hours in a $1,000 a night suite at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York. He also said he assumed Simpson contacted him after finding his information on one of the gay websites on which he advertises.
"Over the course of two hours or so, we rolled around, kissed and gave each other oral," he told the publication. "We'd take breathers and then start up all over again. He seemed to have an insatiable appetite for sex and never really appeared tired. I didn't let on that I knew his real identity, and he never mentioned anything about Jessica or his family. I've been with a lot of men in my life, and by Joe's actions that night, he's gay."
Anderson goes on to say he suspects Simpson "is out sowing his wild oats with a bunch of boys" after spending years being a religious family man.
"Joe has lived a lifetime of deceit regarding his sexuality. Before the dust settles, I wouldn't be surprised to hear about a lot more guys coming forward," he said. Anderson added that Simpson forked over $600 "for my time, not for sexual services."
Although anonymous sources told RadarOnline that Hill was involved with Simpson for his money and was using him to become famous, the young man has denied everything, according to the Examiner. The website notes that on Oct. 26 the wannabe male model tweeted, "Yes I've read the story...it's simply not true!"
The Simpson family hasn't said too much about the allegations but a rep did deny the rumors in a statement and said there was "no third party involved" in the divorce and that the decision was "amicable."