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63 year old Vera Wang is tired of all the rumors and innuendo that she is dating and left her husband for 27 year old Olympic ice skater Evan Lysacek. She says that she is just his mentor. Just because they go out every night and that every time she walks a red carpet she is with Evan does not mean they are anything more than mentor and mentee. “I’m his mentor, his true mentor. I hope for his ongoing life after sports.” I'm not sure what exactly that means. I see nothing wrong with her dating the guy. The fact that one day she was with her husband and the next with Evan and she had known Evan while married and was "mentoring" him then, should all just be innocent fun according to her. As for the reports that Evan also lives with his mentor? She won't say, but I will. He does. You know, for those late night mentoring sessions.
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