Better Look out Kylie, Olivier Is a Love Rat Too; ACTOR 'JUST LIKE GOODING'

The Mirror (London, England), March 12, 2003 | Go to article overview

Better Look out Kylie, Olivier Is a Love Rat Too; ACTOR 'JUST LIKE GOODING'


Byline: DREW MacKENZIE in New York

KYLIE Minogue has been warned that French actor Olivier Martinez is a love rat just like her former boyfriend James Gooding.

The sexy singer, 34, and the SWAT star were carrying on their steamy romance in Paris at the weekend after meeting in a Los Angeles hotel recently.

But sources close to 37-year-old Martinez said he will cheat on her as he has done with every woman he's ever known.

One source warned: "Kylie had better be careful or she'll end up getting her heart broken like all the rest. Beautiful women cannot resist Olivier and he cannot keep his hands off them, even when he has a girlfriend."

And according to US magazine Star, actress Mira Sorvino discovered that Martinez was the unfaithful type during their three-year relationship.

A shattered Sorvino finally ditched Martinez in December when she found he'd been playing the field after becoming close friends with fellow playboy, Irish actor Colin Farrell.

The flirty Frenchman and Farrell star together in the new film SWAT.

Both were staying at the chic Chateau Marmont Hotel during filming in Los Angeles and were well known for holding wild parties. …

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