Ingrid Casares sur le livre "Miami Babylon", la fête d'anniversaire de Lourdes et Madonna sur Tracy Anderson.
Madonna ex: I'm no suck-up
Last Updated: 3:21 AM, October 16, 2009
Posted: 12:50 AM, October 16, 2009
Madonna's one-time lover Ingrid Casares is furious over "Miami Babylon," the new book by Gerald Posner that portrays her as a drug-using celebrity suck-up.
"Maybe all those facelifts clouded his memory . . . pathetic," the night-life impresario Tweeted on Wednesday before Posner did a book-signing in Miami.
Casares later told the Miami Herald the book is "complete fiction" and said: "He quotes me as saying I had nothing better to do than taking drugs and being a sycophant. Not only would I not describe my disease of addiction that way, I would never describe a friendship with Madonna of 20 years as me being a sycophant. How ridiculous."
Casares, who visited Madonna here last weekend with her son, Nicolas, 9, called Posner "a lame excuse for an author [who] screwed over a lot of people who worked very hard to make this city what it is today."
Posner, who said he's never had a facelift, thinks Casares is upset because his book details how she dumped Sandra Bernhard for Madonna in 1991 -- a few months before Steven Meisel took photos for Madonna's "Sex" book. The pictures, he writes, showed "Ingrid cuddling with the naked pop star and French-kissing her. In one entry Madonna describes them lying naked on a sundeck, and concludes: 'I'm going to have to go now because I think I have to [bleep] Ingrid or she is going to freak.' "
Meanwhile, Madonna and Carlos Leon threw a surprise 13th birthday party Wednesday for their daughter, Lourdes, at Delicatessen in SoHo. Yesterday, Madge set the record straight on her parting with personal trainer Tracy Anderson, and denied it had anything to do with Anderson's romance with Philippe van den Bossche, who runs her Raising Malawi charity.
"I learned a lot of great things working out with Tracy Anderson," Madonna told Page Six. "I did not ditch or fire her. I simply wanted to try a new method of working out when my tour ended. We remain friends and I wish her and Philippe all the best."
Source: New York Post.