creator Andy Cohen were engaged after a year and a half of secretly dating.
Despite the rumors, Avery and Cohen responded with jokes instead of paying any real attention to the story, and that’s why I still have no clue what the name of that website is.
Marianne Rhoda’s lawsuit charges that Avery’s “employment was sporadic and [his] prospects for employment were highly speculative.” First, he landed at Lipman advertising agency as the chief strategic officer in late 2012, handling clients like Stuart Weitzman and 7 for All Mankind.
The agency abruptly shut down in September 2013, following a bankruptcy filing.
Avery was the first NHL player to speak out in favor of marriage equality in New York and was the catalyst for discussions about gay athletes that have continued with campaigns like “You Can Play.” He was on the board of Athlete Ally, “a group of straight athletes devoted to eradicating homophobia in sports.” Avery has also been the target of gay slurs during games, including an infamous one from Wayne Simmonds of the Flyers.a de facto retirement declaration on Cohen’s show.
The two have had a “bromance” since 2011, joking with NY Magazine about their dating life." data-reactid="26"Avery has appeared on Bravo’s programming for years, and even made a de facto retirement declaration on Cohen’s show.