The stars of "Summer House," Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula, have addressed rumors of infidelity on Cooke's part once again. During a recent appearance on "Watch What Happens Live," host Andy Cohen asked Batula for her response to a blind item from Deuxmoi claiming that a "married" reality star with a "past cheating history" had been unfaithful to his "wifey" last summer.
Batula responded by confirming that the blind item was about Cooke and that she had laughed it off, saying, "I'm the only wife on the show, and I call him Cookie Monster." She also suggested that the timing of the rumors was suspicious, given the on-air tension between Cooke and their co-star Carl Radke before Radke left Cooke's company, Loverboy.
Cooke himself also defended his actions, claiming that there wasn't a night last summer when he wasn't accounted for, and accusing the person who sent the anonymous email to Deuxmoi of waiting eight months to send it in. Batula added, "I live with him!" as further evidence of Cooke's fidelity.
The blind item has caused a stir in the "Summer House" fandom since it was posted on Instagram in mid-February, with Cohen asking other cast members for their thoughts. Danielle Olivera claimed on a subsequent episode of "WWHL" that the post was about Mya Allen's ex-boyfriend Oliver Gray, but Cohen was skeptical since Allen and Gray were never married.
Cooke, meanwhile, has a history of infidelity on the show, which played out during Season 3. "Summer House" airs on Bravo on Mondays at 9 p.m. ET.
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