The team at Spirit Airlines aren’t the only folks getting an earlier start on reveling in Arnold and Maria’s maid-driven marriage breakdown. Wednesday night’s installment of Comedy Central’s longrunning animated comedy South Park spoofed Arnold Schwarzenegger’s juicy affair — barely three days after the former California governor copped to knocking up his mistress housekeeper and his wife, former journalist Maria Shriver, within weeks of one another back in 1997. The episode’s opening scene depicted delightfully naive schoolboy Butters confusing the plot of Terminator 5 with the news that Arnie fathered a love child, and mistaking Maria for Skeletor.
Maria Shriver has retained the services of a high-powered divorce attorney as the world reacts to the revelation that her husband, former actor and California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, impregnanted their maid of 20 years, Mildred “Patty” Baena in their Brentwood home back in 1997.
Just a day after news broke that Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child with a former staffer and the jokes are already pouring in.
Just ask the folks at Spirit Airlines. The corporation is well-known for its Ripped-from-the Headlines-esque adverts, but these time they’ve found themselves at the center of a debate about taste after taking on the news of the Schwarzenegger love child.
A Star Magazine/RadarOnline.com investigation has reportedly revealed the identity of the mother of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s illegitimate child as Mildred Patricia Baena (“Patty”), a 50-year-old former housekeeper at The Schwarzenegger Clan’s Brentwood, California home.