Christie Brinkley Asks Court To Make Divorce Case Public

Christie Brinkley headed to New York Supreme Court on Thursday morning with the hope that her divorce case should be made public, a source close to the case told Access Hollywood.

Brinkley filed for divorce from her fourth husband, Peter Cook, in 2006 as news of his alleged infidelity with his then 18-year-old assistant emerged.

Among the things that may be revealed if the case, which begins July 2 is made public, are allegations that Cook trolls Internet porn sites. He also regularly logged on to swingers sites in search of women, the source claimed.

Despite Brinkley’s efforts, a law guardian for the couple’s two minor children however, will ask for the case to be kept private.

One reason Brinkley reportedly wants the case to be made public is because she is still upset at her ex.

“She’s still spitting mad at Cook,” the source said.

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