Gay escort tells of sex romp with Jessica Simpson’s dad

Joey Anderson claims his steamy three-hour tryst with Joe Simpson wasn't the first time the pop star's father had slept with a man

Gay escort tells of sex romp with Jessica Simpson’s dad
07 November 2012

A gay male escort who claims he had a sex romp with Jessica Simpson’s dad has finally revealed all about the steamy encounter.

Joey Anderson says he was hired by Joe Simpson in May, telling National Enquirer that they had a three-hour tryst at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in New York.

Anderson said: ‘I went to the front desk, they called him up and then I got a room key to go up.

‘He used the name Jack Simpson (but) I recognized him from the get-go. We made our way to the bed, took our clothes off and I started with a massage.

‘We started with his underwear on, and then when I was giving him his massage eventually they came off.

The 34-year-old added: ‘He enjoyed kissing very much. Lots of body contact, I was on top of him, he was on top of me. We rolled around.’

Joe Simpson has denied rumors he is gay, despite reports that he was dating a 20-year-old male madel and his sexuality was the reason for his divorce to wife of 34 years, Tina.

But Anderson believes their affair was not the first time the 54-year-old former youth pastor and Baptist minister had slept with a man.

‘I want to say he had some experience before. I couldn’t have been the first one, because he got very into it,’ Anderson told the US gossip magazine.

The escort added that Simpson was sober, ‘very horny’ and ‘didn’t seem nervous at all.’

Joe Simpson is believed to have already come out to his family in August.

Tina, 52, filed for divorce in September on the grounds of ‘discord or conflict of personalities’.

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