Matthew Knowles' Mistress Pens Letter: She Wants Support Upheld and Says Sorry to Knowles Women

Alexsandra Wright
Alexandra Wright
Alexsandra Wright (Baby Boy, Scrubs), the woman who famously became Matthew Knowles mistress rather than the body of work she'd been struggling to build as an actress decided to release a lengthy tell-all letter to Sandra Rose. In it she blasts Beyonce's dad for his alleged refusal to play his part in raising their son. She also details how she ultimately became Knowles' side piece and offered an apology to ex-wife Tina and daughters Solange and Beyonc√© for the role she played in tearing apart their family.

“It is with a heavy heart we must head back to Superior Court to continue the fight for the rights of my son Nixon Knowles, who has proven to be Mathew Knowles’ biological son,” she begins in the letter.

“My family and I have exhausted every non-legal avenue to urge Mathew to be a responsible father and to follow the stipulated judgment we reached together, which was approved by California’s Superior Court. The official judgment was filed and dated September 10, 2010. Every detail was covered and agreed to by Mr Knowles after a year of private negotiation,” the letter continues.

“We have attempted to appeal to him and his team to adhere to that agreement and the court’s stipulated judgment in regard to our son’s education, outstanding medical expenses and other issues, with the hopes of keeping this situation private, considering all parties involved. Unfortunately, we have been unsuccessful with any sort of private negotiation.”

The former Scrubs actress went on to express how bothered she is by how public their familial dispute has become.

“I am deeply saddened that our personal business is being aired in such a public forum. As a result of false statements made by sources very close to our situation, rumors and innuendos are openly being spread about my son and me. Naturally the negative words affect both of our families, children and careers. Therefore, I find it unavoidable to remain silent. Those close to me know that my primary concern is my son Nixon’s welfare and well-being; both now and in the future. I feel that it is important for him to know, when he comes of age, that he wasn't a mistake and that he was a product of love!”

Alexsandra then offered somewhat of an apology for the pain that her affair with Mathew caused his daughters and ex-wife, Tina.

“I never wanted or intended to hurt anyone in the process. I regret the pain that I have contributed to his family and to my own family. I have the utmost respect and admiration for both of his daughters – they are both lovely women. I also regret the pain that this situation has caused his ex-wife, Tina, and very much wish one day I will get the opportunity to tell her personally."

Ironically, she ended the detailed letter by requesting privacy. 

“My son, my family, and I thank you for your prayers and hope you will understand our need for whatever little privacy we have left during this period. We are extremely appreciative of the family and friends that are standing by us; we are overwhelmed by their generous outpouring of love, concern and support. 

“I’m fighting for every single parent and child as I fight for my own.”

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