Teri Copley is slamming one “Full House” star together with her full story.
The 62-year-old actress is speaking out after her ex John Stamos claimed that she cheated on him with Tony Danza in his Recent York Times best selling memoir “If You Would Have Told Me.”
Two weeks ago, Copley refuted Stamos’ accusations that their relationship ended when he caught her in bed with Danza, 72 while they were dating within the Nineteen Eighties.
In a recent 19-minute video on YouTube, Copley is setting the record straight, revealing that she “left” Stamos after his mother revealed that he had “no intention” to ever marry her.
“Prior to meeting John Stamos, I had dated Tony Danza for a couple of 12 months and a half,” Copley explained. “We broke up, then I had a hairdresser, like John said in his book,” she said, explaining that she and Stamos shared the identical hairdresser. After mentioning she thought he was “cute,” Stamos gave her a call.
“He ended up calling me on the set and we went out and just… just hit it off, like… just hit it off. We went together for a couple of 12 months. John told me he loved me at about eight months into the connection. I’m a lady. I do not forget that very clearly because I used to be waiting and waiting for him to inform me that he loved me, because I didn’t know if he did and we were inseparable,” Copley explained.
Things gave the impression to be heading in the fitting direction and Copley was introduced to Stamos’ parents, but shortly after spending time at their home, his mother Loretta called the model and shattered her dreams of living happily ever after with the heartthrob.
She said, “Teri, I do know that you just love John, but don’t plan on marrying him because he has no intention of marrying you.” Copley added: “I remember it prefer it was yesterday. [I] thought that John told her that, and he or she was a mother me like a daughter type and considering, ‘I higher warn this girl to not get her hopes up.’”
After the alleged warning, Copley felt she had no other alternative but to interrupt up with Stamos.
“I don’t think we must always see one another anymore,” she told a stunned Stamos after driving to his house. And when he asked, “Why?” she said, “I just don’t think we must always.”
She added, “It was my fault, I used to be young. I didn’t know communicate with him to inform him” what his mother had told her. “I left him like that. [I] lived with that regret and I didn’t give him any understanding, but I used to be hurt and I used to be mad.”
The incident with Danza would occur “three or 4 days later,” but what happened, Copley explains, is far different than what Stamos claimed in his book.
In his memoir, Stamos claimed that he drove to her house, where he saw a black 1957 Porsche 356 Speedster within the driveway.
“The blinds are closed, however the door is barely open,” Stamos recalled in his book. “I take a peek inside and see 4 feet protruding from the shabby-chic, floral-print duvet that when kept me warm. My Tiny Dancer is in bed with Mr. Porsche Speedster.”
Based on Copley, Stamos knocked on her door while Danza’s automobile was parked outside, and he or she answered the door “fully dressed.”
“[He] just shook his head and checked out me like, ‘How could you?’ Well I checked out him and didn’t say anything either,” she said. “I just checked out him like, ‘What do you care?’”
“He definitely didn’t are available in my house and find me in bed naked with a sheet over,” she added. “I mean none of that happened.”
Years later Copley was finally capable of set the record straight concerning the infamous day when she and Stamos rekindled their relationship after his divorce from Rebecca Romijn in 2004.
“I desired to because I’d grown up somewhat bit and I desired to tell him what happened,” Copley explained. “And so I went to his house and I sat down and I said, ‘John, did you realize that your mother called me and told me that you just would never marry me?’”
“And he checked out me and he said, ‘I didn’t know that, Teri.” He said, “I’d have married you. I used to be head over heels in love with you.’”
After that conversation, Copley says they shared a “mutual friendship and love as friends,” which ended after the discharge of his book and his claims of her infidelity.
“Seeing him carelessly throw me on the market like a unclean dish rag for people to only make fun of” and “make all these assumptions” was “very hurtful and surprising to me. That’s not the John that I ever knew.”
“If You Would Have Told Me: A Memoir” by John Stamos is on bookshelves now.