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Frère: Madonna et Guy Ritchie se sont tournés vers le Rabbin pour une assistance.
Monday July 7, 2008
Madonna's rocky marriage to Guy Ritchie has survived because of rabbi Yehuda Berg who served as a mediator during their seven-year union, the singer's brother Christopher Ciccone reveals in his unauthorized biography Life With My Sister Madonna.
The book comes out July 15, as reports continue to grow about the singer's close relationship to Yankees player Alex Rodriguez.
According to Ciccone, a major issue in Madonna's marriage to Ritchie, 39, has been been her desire to live in New York City.
Ritchie feels England is a better place to raise their children, Rocco, 7, adopted son David, 2, and 11-year-old daughter Lourdes (dad is Carlos Leon).
The bio is also expected to unearth details about the singer's rampant drug use and lesbian flings.
"The book is a warts-and-all account. Chris [Ciccone] was there for all the key moments in Madonna's life," an unidentified source told British tabloid The Sun.
Madonna has had no part in the book, her rep has said.
Meanwhile, Rodriguez's wife Cynthia is expected to file for divorce Monday, claiming that Rodriguez's close relationship with Madonna is among the factors that ruined her marriage. (Us Weekly first reported that he had made several late-night trips to Madonna's NYC apartment.)
"I'm sure you've heard rumors of the relationship he's had with Madonna - that's the straw that broke the camel's back," her lawyer Earle Lilly tells Usmagazine.com.
Source: Us magazine.