"I mean, sneaking out of the house when you''ve got beautiful, loving children there, to go choose instead to masturbate on the World Wide Web, just makes me worry about his judgment," the New York Post quoted her, as telling the court. Anyone that would run the risk of completely destroying this wonderful life, where is his judgment?" she asked, under the gentle questioning of her attorney, Robert Cohen, in state Supreme Court in Central Islip.
The marriage between Brinkley, 54, and architect Peter Cook, 49, abruptly crumbled in the summer of 2006 after revelations that he had a secret, sordid affair with his teenage office assistant and spent his private time perusing online porn along with racy personal ads from swingers.
"Anybody that would chase a teenager, a young girl, I mean, where is his judgment?" Brinkley said. Cook had also set up a Web cam on the family computer to broadcast himself masturbating. Christie also slammed the barely legal home wrecker, Diana Bianchi, for blabbing to television reporters about Cook''s seducing her. "She went on TV to get her 15 minutes of fame," Brinkley said.