Matthew Paetz's Former Boss at Escort Company Defends Him Amid Lea Michele Split
It was reported by E! News that Matthew, 30, decided to leave Lea, 29, “all of a sudden and without warning.”
“She got no reason or explanation for the split,” the source said, adding that Matthew refuses to speak to Lea or anyone close to her.
Garren James, the founder and CEO of Cowboys4Angels, says that this characterization is unlike the person he knows.
“I am personally upset that Matthew Paetz is getting a bad rap for his recent break up with Lea Michele. The time he worked with Cowboys4Angels, he received amazing reviews and was one of our top requested men,” Garren said in a statement. “The friends of Lea are saying he was just some opportunist, when in fact he met her on a video shoot, and the two fell in love. He left the Cowboys4Angels agency immediately after meeting her. He did this even though he was one of the top earners for the company.”
Click inside to read the rest of Garren James’ statement on Matthew Paetz…
“I have no idea why the relationship ended, but Matthew (formerly Christian on the Cowboys4angels.com website) was an extremely straight forward man with intelligence, class, and elegance in dealing with our high end female clientele. It is a shame that he is labeled a bad guy for formerly being a male companion where the goal is to spread joy in the world.
The ultimate goal for a male companion is to just bring a smile to a woman’s face, and Matthew did that on every appointment. He even started helping myself train new men for my company. Matthew will always have a spot on the team if he decides to come back and work for the agency.”