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Howard Stern Spotted With New Squeeze

24 October 2000 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Shock-jock Howard Stern's secret love interest has finally been revealed - despite his uncharacteristic silence when it comes to discussing his lovers. The Stern has been spotted snuggling up to actress Beth Ostrosky, who had a featured role as a volleyball player in the Ben Stiller movie Flirting with Disaster (1996). The mouthy American is being evasive, saying only, "I went out to dinner with a girl, and they (the media) have me married off already. I think they're disappointed it wasn't a stripper. Like I'm not going to know any women." Stern, whose 20-year marriage has just come to a very public end, adds, "I'm trying to straighten things out with my wife and kids, and this makes everything complicated." »

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