Paul Nassif, Adrienne Maloof

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Adrienne Maloof has quite a few skeletons in her closet when it comes to her personal life.

In fact, little did viewers of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills know that she'd been married once before!

Per records E! News dug up in Clark County Court in Las Vegas, before Maloof tied the knot with plastic surgeon Dr. Paul Nassif in 2002, the show's former star was previously hitched to Steve Marks, a former pro footballer turned real estate executive.


The pair tied the knot in 1993 when Maloof was 32, and she even took his last name.

Alas, the romance lasted no more than six months, as court papers show a divorce petition for that marriage—ostensibly her first unless there's some others we're unaware of—was filed on March 14, 1994 in Sin City. A divorce was granted two weeks later on March 29.

But that's not only revelation to surface concerning the 51-year-old Bravo personality.

A source told Star magazine (via Radar) that among the thousand or so guests that came to the nuptials, strangely enough, was late Hollywood screen legend Charlton Heston who was a guest of honor and introduced as a family friend and gave a speech.

Then a report by the Sacramento Bee claimed Adrienne was reportedly engaged in July 2001 to an Los Angeles sports attorney named Joe Longo but called off the wedding she had been planning for the following January.

Not long after that, she met Nassif, the two swapped vows in May 2002 and had three sons before separating in July 2012. Their divorce was official six months later during which time Maloof briefly dated Rod Stewart's 32-year-old son, Sean Stewart.

—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum

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