Third jilted lover emerges in Phoenix star Tay­lor’s sex scan­dal

Whanganui Chronicle - - Sport -

Welling­ton Phoenix star Steven Tay­lor’s al­leged love tri­an­gle has turned into a love quad­ran­gle with a third woman claim­ing to have been see­ing the foot­baller at the same time he was dat­ing two other women.

And, as Tay­lor is al­leged to have done with the other two women, the for­mer Premier League de­fender’s pet name for Katy Cof­fey was “long pins”.

Last week re­ported Tay­lor, who joined the Phoenix from Peter­bor­ough United in Oc­to­ber last year, had dated 22-year-old Di­ana Ado­maitis for more than six months while see­ing an Aus­tralian model be­hind her back.

The un­named Aus­tralian woman mes­saged Ado­maitis just be­fore Christ­mas to tell her that she had been hav­ing sex with Tay­lor — after see­ing pho­tos of the cou­ple in Tay­lor’s sea­side flat in Welling­ton.

Now 33-year-old

Cof­fey, a model and singer-song­writer from Manch­ester, has re­vealed that she, too, had been dat­ing Tay­lor — for more than two years. “I can’t be­lieve it,” Cof­fey told

“He told me he wanted us to get mar­ried and spend our lives to­gether.

“We even went on hol­i­day to Tener­ife twice and he told me he wanted me to meet his fam­ily. I feel like such a fool.

“I hon­estly be­lieve he has some­thing wrong with him. Peo­ple don’t treat oth­ers that way.

“He thinks just be­cause he’s a foot­baller he can treat peo­ple like dirt.

“To call us the same pet names is sick. He couldn’t even be both­ered to be orig­i­nal.”

Ac­cord­ing to Tay­lor sent Cof­fey mes­sages call­ing her “long pins” just two days after telling Ado­maitis she had him “smit­ten like a kit­ten”.

Ado­maitis said she was “livid” when she dis­cov­ered the 32-year-old Phoenix star had called his Aus­tralian girl­friend “miss per­fect bum” and sent her mes­sages say­ing “I would love to be feel­ing ur un­real body”.

“He’s ob­vi­ously done this be­fore. I feel so hurt. I told him it was over and he pleaded with me to give him an­other chance,” Ado­maitis told

“He said, ‘Come over to New Zealand and we can work this out. I’ve made a mis­take’. But I don’t want any­thing to do with him.”

“I thought this was the real thing but it was all lies. He’s an ar­ro­gant foot­baller who thinks he’s God’s gift and can get any woman. But the sex wasn’t bril­liant. I had a lucky es­cape.”

Tay­lor has been a stand­out for the Phoenix in their im­pres­sive A-League cam­paign this sea­son, with the team un­beaten in their past eight games — a new club record.

He re­fused to com­ment when ap­proached by

Phoenix CEO David Dome told the

last week the club will not be com­ment­ing on the mat­ter.

“We are not mak­ing any com­ment on it — it’s a per­sonal mat­ter for Steven.

“If there needs to be any dis­cus­sions, that will be for the head coach to take up.”

Steven Tay­lor

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