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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Caprice once flew from the UK to New York for a 20-minute date with Fred Durst

    The 49-year-old model has revealed she was convinced to fly across the Atlantic Ocean by the Limp Bizkit star for a brief date in the Big Apple


    Recalling her first encounter with the musician, Caprice explained: "I did the MTV Music Awards and I met Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit.

    "We were both flirting and Fred didn't want me to leave. He then told me he wanted to buy me a first class plane ticket to New York and take me for lunch.

    "I initially said, 'What, are you joking?' Then eventually I gave in and said 'OK, why not … in retrospect what an idiotic move just for lunch! That is crazy but OK.'"

    However, their date was cut short when Fred had to return to the recording studio.

    She recalled: "We were only there for 20 minutes, he got a call from the studio and he had to go! I asked him if he was serious and he said we can meet up later for a drink, 'Are you joking - I have just shlepped all this way?'"

    After he suggested they make plans for another date, Caprice refused and she decided to head home instead.

    The blonde beauty - who was born in California but lives in London - told 'The Disruptive Entrepreneur' podcast: "He then went out one way, I went out the other and I called up his assistant and I told him I am not meeting up with him later and he can take back his plane ticket.

    "His assistant called me back after and said, 'Nobody flakes out on Fred'. Well, I said I just did ... bye! It was battle of the egos!"

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