It sounds like Michael Sanchez, brother of Lauren Sanchez, who is currently romantically involved with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, regrets certain actions from his past.
More specifically, he claims that he has made a deal with the devil (National Enquirer) by allowing the story about the relationship between Bezos and Sanchez to spread like that.
However, the brother did not have any malicious intent in mind.
According to him, the whole thing was provoked by a desire to protect his sister.
He reportedly also wanted to help Bezos himself. He intended that the news would only reach them after their spouses had found out about the situation.
How exactly this was supposed to help either party involved in the scandal remains to be answered, despite many people asking the same question.
Meanwhile, the relationship between Bezos and Sanchez has gone back under the radar.
It looks like the two prefer to maintain a low profile about their involvement with each other.
Many have speculated that they may not even be together anymore at this point.
An insider told Page Six: “[They] haven’t seen each other since the story broke. A lot of this has to do with their decision to lay low and spend time with their kids, who didn’t get a warning about the Enquirer story and now have to deal with the intense public interest and the paparazzi in pursuit.”
The person added: “Michael isn’t doing her and Jeff any favors by keeping his sister’s name in the press. He may genuinely believe he is defending Lauren, but in many ways, he is doing more to … doom her relationship with Jeff.”
There have been rumors that Bezos and Sanchez were spotted meeting together recently, although this has been denied by some parties close to the two.
Various other rumors have flooded the scene as well, with many people insisting that they have intimate information about what is going on between Bezos and Sanchez.
Mr. Bezos himself has refrained from any further comments on the situation, despite the wave of questions aimed his way that observers have seen in recent times.