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Breaking News: Black Friday Baby! Jenny Woo Pregnant

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Sep/15/2011
Jenny Woo is Pregnant

Gambling911.com’s Senior International Correspondent, Jenny Woo, revealed on Thursday she is pregnant.  The child is due on April 15, the one year anniversary of the ominous Black Friday when three of the world’s largest online poker rooms were indicted by the US Justice Department for money laundering and bank fraud. 

The child was born out of wedlock. 

“It wasn’t supposed to happen this way,” Ms. Woo said.  “We intended to date, get engaged, get married, sleep together then have one child.  Everyone knows I am a little dyslexic though.”

Woo will continue her duties at Gambling911.com until her child is born including filming for the very popular Don Best videos from our Pensacola, Florida studio.  

In the spirit of Demi Moore, G911 will be featuring a photo shoot of Woo and her bare bulging belly.

“The doctor is saying April 15 but I believe I am further along,” Woo said. 

Oddsmakers may offer betting on the OVER/UNDER.

The father is named Judd and Jenny currently helps him raise his three other children from a previous marriage.  She is a PTA mom in fact. 

Judd is a videographer and has received the blessing of Gambling911.com to marry Ms. Woo.

- Payton O’Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor

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