Storybook marriage turns ugly as top surgeon claims in divorce papers his beauty queen wife lived a secret life as high-priced call girl earning nearly $700k from clients

Storybook marriage turns ugly as top surgeon claims in divorce papers his beauty queen wife lived a secret life as high-priced call girl earning nearly $700k from clients



A prominent New York spinal surgeon’s storybook marriage to a beauty queen has turned ugly after he found out about her secret life as a high-end hooker/call girl.


Dr. Han Jo Kim wants to divorce former Miss USA contestant Regina Turner, alleging the beautiful model earned nearly $700,000 in cash from her paying clients while leading a lucrative double life before and after their Nov. 27, 2015, wedding, court documents obtained by the Daily News reveal.






Divorce papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court detail how Kim found out shocking details about his darling wife in December 2020, nine years after she served as Miss Connecticut in the annual MISS USA pageant






While using a computer in one of their million-dollar homes, Kim discovered a raunchy Message meant for Turner that revealed her sexual encounter with another man, the documents alleged.



That was not all.







Kim found out other wealthy men were paying Turner for sexual services, including a prominent businessman, , a New Jersey-based real estate executive and an award-winning lighting designer, Kim says in court papers.



“Not to belabor the obvious but ... defendant clearly committed material fraud upon Dr. Kim by concealing her sale of sexual services in exchange for money prior to the marriage,” Kim charges in court papers.



“As is further obvious, plaintiff would have never married defendant absent her lies and concealment.”


The court documents include financial records allegedly indicating payments from some men to Turner, and a hearing in the contentious case is scheduled for Monday, July 26.


The New Jersey real estate executive wrote checks, many for $2,000 each, made out to cash that were deposited in Turner’s account, according to records. Documents filed by Kim show a total of $185,500 in deposits from an account in the executive’s name. The lighting designer’s company wired Turner a total of $116,000 over six years, according to bank records included in the court filing. Many of the individual payments were $10,000.



Yet Turner claimed in January that her income was $0 and that she was “totally dependent on (Kim) for support,” papers read.Latest Post
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