Rosie’s affair creates problem for partner’s divorce

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Rosie O’Donnell’s alleged affair with married former Broadway actress Dana Caruso Schiff is complicating Schiff’s divorce with her husband, according to new reports.

Page Six sources have indicated David “Scott” Schiff is “concerned about [his children] being around Rosie,” referencing her rocky relationship with her daughter Chelsea, who recently accused her mother of being verbally abusive and attacking her with a wine bottle.

Schiff’s children are just 6 and 8-years-old.

According to reports, Rosie and and Dana have been dating for roughly six months.  Dana married her husband in 2003, but he became suspicious of her frequent late night visits with Rosie last year and filed for divorce.

One news outlet even noticed changes in her appearance during that time.

“[Dana] stopped wearing dresses, and cut her hair short. I think she was trying to look different because of her new relationship with Rosie,” an article from RadarOnline stated.

But sources close to Rosie said, “Rosie and Dana have been friends for [more than] a dozen years, Dana and Scott have known Rosie’s daughter Chelsea since she was 7. There’s no truth to any of the other claims here.”

Attorneys handling the divorce have not commented on their client’s case, and Rosie’s representative declined to comment.

H/T: Page Six

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