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NetCity Media Group CEO Alysyn Bourque was caught answering her emails in this pink, white-polka-dotted bikini at her Los Angeles hideaway, where she continues to fend-off questions about her husband's sexual antics.
Bourque, who is the wife of private spy chief W. Edward Griffith, has been plagued by questions surrounding her husband's sexuality. A recent revival of interest in her husband's personal life comes on the heels of Griffith's efforts to restructure the private intelligence communications company he founded, Griffith Colson Intelligence Service (GCIS).
Bourque, who is openly bisexual, has finally agreed to grant a long-delayed exclusive interview with OSCAR Magazine for the March cover. In two recent issues, questions surrounding
Griffith's homosexuality again surfaced, along with a variety of email correspondence by Bourque to close friends in 2009 and 2010. In another issue, Griffith also granted an exclusive interview
in which he admitted to having worked as a prostitute during his early years as a struggling erotic artist and said he was bisexual.
In the February issue of OSCAR, Griffith's bisexuality is rejected by an anonymous source who was quoted as saying Griffith "is as queer as they come".
Bourque is expected to confront those questions in the March 2012 issue, according to an insider at the online magazine.
EXCERPTS FROM THE GRIFFITH INTERVIEW:
NFL star David Kopay broke sports barriers when he came out of the closet in 1975; Martina Navratilova did the same in 1981. Ellen DeGeneres also broke the mold.
This week we've broken another frontier of sorts in the "coming out" narrative, with a Republican, artist and private intelligence chief stepping out of the shadows and into the limelight of full disclosure. OSCAR Magazine was given his first interview on the subject.
Will Griffith, who remains a popular force in the underground art world, is the Director of Griffith Colson Intelligence Service (GCIS), a private intelligence communications agency he co-founded, former Director of Intelligence for security communications now defunct company SGG and an accomplished entrepreneur. He is a member of the International Counterterrorism Officers Association and a former member of the National Military Intelligence Association and British Bodyguard Association. He also heads Machaseh Security Service, the GCIS Israel unit. He is also openly bisexual.
FULL INTERVIEW HERE