Foster was in a relationship with Cydney Bernard, her partner of 14 years, but left her last year for writer-producer Cindy Mort, who she met while filming The Brave One in 2006.“Ironically, now it’s Jodie who has been jilted,” a source told the tabloid.It was still a big deal when he formally came out in 2012.
New claim surfaced by the hour that Jodie Foster dumped the film producer for another woman who happened to be screenwriter Cindy Mort.
The Oscar-winning actress met and fell for Cindy on the set of 2007 film "The Brave One." It was since then that the affair has gotten more serious, even though Jodie still lives with Cydney.
Now, though, they are all out in the open when it comes to their love lives.
For decades Jodie Foster has impressed audiences with her superb acting skills.
"Although she and Cydney remain under the same roof at the moment, the relationship has been shattered," a source told The National Enquirer.
"They'll continue to raise the boys together and try to keep a loving family unit despite their breakup.
paying tribute to her “beautiful Cydney” at a Hollywood awards breakfast in December 2007.
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Actress Jodie Foster married her girlfriend, photographer Alexandra Hedison over the weekend, according to various news reports. Her publicist would only confirm that the couple, who have been dating since last summer, had gotten married, E! Leading the life of an openly gay actor, especially one headlining Hollywood blockbusters, meant you disclosed details about your personal life with friends and family, but didn’t necessarily show up at your premieres smooching your significant other. Now, 44 years after the Stonewall Riots, society expects its celebrities to be a little more forthcoming, a la Ellen Page, who recently came out in a speech at an LGBT youth conference in Las Vegas.
Foster acknowledged her sexuality in a large scale announcement for the first time in a 2013 Golden Globes acceptance speech for the Cecil B. She nervously built up to her big reveal: “I am, uh, single.” It was a wink and a nod to the fact that her sexuality was something of an open secret in Hollywood, if you could even call it that. Foster’s move was similar to that of Good Morning America host Robin Roberts, who didn’t so much come out as publicly acknowledge her longtime partner, Amber Laign, in a Facebook post about her battle with cancer last year.
After career setbacks in the early 2000s, which included the cancellation of a film project and the closing down of her production company, Foster starred in four thrillers, Panic Room (2002), Flightplan (2005), Inside Man (2006) and The Brave One (2007).