According to Us Weekly, which confirmed the news with multiple anonymous sources, Trump and the former Celebrity Apprentice cast member met while filming the reality series, with their relationship spanning from the end of 2011 to March 2012.
That same source told Us Weekly that the fling turned "serious all of a sudden" and Trump Jr.'s wife, Vanessa (seen below), found out about the affair.
A person "close to" Aubrey told the magazine, "He told her it was over with his wife, that they were separated and he didn't love her - all of that stuff ..."
"Aubrey fell hard for him", the source added. "I've always been a huge fan of April Fool's Day", she confessed to Us Weekly.
News sources are buzzing with claims that Trump Sr. stepped in and stopped the affair, pressuring his eldest son to stay in his marriage.
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In 2013, Aubrey also released a song called "DJT", which is about an affair, where the man returns to his former life.
At first listen, it just seems like a standard kiss-off to a romance gone wrong, with a chorus of "I hate me for loving you, hate you for letting our love die". Of course we're hearing about Aubrey O'Day, and of course it's in connection to the President.
Trump quickly aborted the secret involvement on March 2012, soon after that, Vanessa discovered e-mails involving her spouse plus O'Day.
The Page Six report likewise uncovers that sources revealed to them O'Day was particularly infatuated with Don Jr and never after his cash.
The latest topic of hot goss is the impending divorce of Donald Jr., 40, and Vanessa Trump, also 40, who have been married since 2005. While no part of the lyrics actually references the title of the song, they coincidentally match up with the letters in Trump Jr.'s initials (his middle name is John, like his father). "I was wrong", she said. O'Day and Trump Jr. were embroiled in a passionate affair where they were in constant communication. The couple were married for 12 years and have five children, as The New York Times reported. We will always have tremendous respect for each other and our families. "DJT" features a phone conversation between O'Day and an unidentified man, in which she asks, "You want to believe that everything with me was a lie?".