At the end of June this year, word got out that Daniel Craig and good friend Rachel Weisz, whom he’d been dating for some months, got married in a private, very intimate ceremony. Before she was dumped, Daniel’s ex Satsuki Mitchell made sure he had something to remember her by.
So she went and racked up a bill on his credit cards to the tune of $1 million, InTouch Weekly claims (story and quotes via Jezebel).
Admittedly, when Daniel and Rachel started dating, they were working on the thriller “Dream House,” which arrives in theaters this fall.
They’d known each other for years, were good friends and, most importantly, were in longstanding relationships, she with director Darren Aronofsky, and he with Satsuki Mitchell.
As InTouch would have it, Satsuki knew when Daniel started to be unfaithful to her. So she got her revenge on him the best way she knew how.
“Satsuki Mitchell lived with Daniel Craig for seven years, and then he started filming Dream House with his old friend Rachel Weisz,” the mag says.
“One morning, Daniel left for the set, as usual. Only that night, he didn’t come home. Satsuki was frantically calling, texting and emailing him, but he was probably with Rachel and not answering,” says a source close who claims to know what went on behind closed doors with the three.
“Satsuki ‘hit back, the only way she knew how.’ She racked up about $1 million in charges on Daniel Craig’s credit cards, which she had permission to use,” the e-zine adds.
Of course, whether any of the above is true, fans will never know. Satsuki has refused all interviews since Craig married Rachel, with the only thing making it in print being a statement from her parents that she’s “devastated” and in disbelief.
Craig seems equally disinclined to open up about his personal life, snapping at an Entertainment Weekly reporter just recently when he tried to turn the discussion on his marriage to Rachel, as we also informed you a few days ago.