Thibaut Courtois’ stunning former lover – who once told him to “watch his d*ck” – has revealed she told herself her tennis star ex-husband Feliciano Lopez would “be her enemy until the day she dies” during their divorce.
Stunning model Alba Carrillo, 33, made the comments during an episode of Gran Hermano VIP (VIP Big Brother) filmed in the Spanish capital Madrid for Spanish channel Telecinco.
She was interviewed during the show and gave insight into her personal life after she participated in the popular reality television show.
She opened up about her fight with depression while she was in an unhappy marriage with her Spanish tennis superstar Feliciano Lopez, 38.
The model assured at the start: “Feli saved me. I was 25 at the time and I thought nobody would notice me.
“I met him and he took me out of all that. We made a family which I had long wanted.”
However, Carrillo went on to describe a bitter end to the marriage saying: “When he got what he wanted he got discouraged.
“I think I was just a challenge for him and when he got what he wanted he moved on to the next thing.”
She mentioned “the toughest memory I have from that marriage is the depression I had” and said: “I am afraid of falling back (into depression)”.
She said the depression was due to the fact “my husband would not speak to me, I was hearing rumours he was with other women.
“Feliciano did not know I had to be hospitalised while we were married. From that moment on I told myself Feli is going to be my enemy until the day I die.”
The couple married in July 2015 and divorced two years later in March of 2017.
The stunning model who had a brief fling with Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 27, and claimed that his trouser fly is “too loose” and he should “watch his d*ck” earlier this year.
The comments came after Carrillo publicly said they were “still getting to know each other”. The 27-year-old Belgian then distanced himself from the model by saying: “We are not a couple and we never will be!”
The Real Madrid star added: “I’ve met Alba twice. I’ve been to her house, she has come over to mine and then we went out to dinner, which is when the photographs were taken, but nothing more.”
Carrillo described the situation as brutal and even took down her social media for a short period.
The model later went on an interview on her regular show “Ya es Mediodia” (It is Already Noon).
She gave a clear message to footballers saying “Footballers do not write to me, I have my Instagram private messages inbox burning… Do not write to me because you do not interest me.”
She admitted players from “first division, second and everything” have written to her.
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