Teri Copley reveals John Stamos’ mother told her that he wouldn’t marry her… leading to their split BEFORE he caught her in bed with Tony Danza
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Two weeks after John Stamos‘ bombshell claims that he found his then-girlfriend Teri Copley in bed with Tony Danza, Copley is telling her full side of the story.

Stamos, 60, claims in his new memoir If You Would Have Told Me that he caught his then-girlfriend Copley in bed with Tony Danza.

Copley claimed that they were already broken up when the incident with Danza happened, though Stamos claimed that she didn’t tell him they were broken up.

Now Copley has taken to YouTube with a 19-minute video where she reveals Stamos’ mother callled her and said he wouldn’t marry her, leading to their split. 

She begins the video by stating that she wanted to make this video sooner but she has been sick as of late and lost her voice, but now she’s feeling better and, ‘enough of my voice is back’ so she could respond.

Teri's side: Two weeks after John Stamos ' bombshell claims that he found his then-girlfriend Teri Copley in bed with Tony Danza, Copley is telling her full side of the story

Teri’s side: Two weeks after John Stamos ‘ bombshell claims that he found his then-girlfriend Teri Copley in bed with Tony Danza, Copley is telling her full side of the story

Memoir: Stamos, 60, claims in his new memoir If You Would Have Told Me that he caught his then-girlfriend Copley in bed with Tony Danza

Memoir: Stamos, 60, claims in his new memoir If You Would Have Told Me that he caught his then-girlfriend Copley in bed with Tony Danza

Danza: Copley claimed that they were already broken up when the incident with Danza happened, though Stamos claimed that she didn't tell him they were broken up

Danza: Copley claimed that they were already broken up when the incident with Danza happened, though Stamos claimed that she didn’t tell him they were broken up

Copley revealed that she had met John Stamos while she was making her series We Got It Made, which aired from 1983 to 1988.

‘Prior to meeting John Stamos, I had dated Tony Danza for about a year and a half. We broke up, then I had a hairdresser, like John said in his book,’ she said, adding she has not read the book, but her daughter got her the pages where she was mentioned.

She added that, as Stamos described in his book, she had told a hairdresser that he was ‘cute’ and she mentioned that he did his hair on General Hospital.

‘He ended up calling me on the set and we went out and just… just hit it off, like… just hit it off. We went together for about a year. John told me he loved me at about eight months into the relationship. I’m a girl. I remember that very clearly because I was waiting and waiting for him to tell me that he loved me, because I didn’t know if he did and we were inseparable,’ Copley explained.

She added that they had spent some time at John’s parents house adding that she ‘loved Loretta and Bill’ and she had a ‘very good relationship’ with John’s parents and his sister Elaina.

Copley said that anywhere between two and four months after John told her he loved her, she got a call from John’s mother, Loretta. 

‘She called and she said, “Teri, I know that you love John, but don’t plan on marrying him, because he has no intention of marrying you.” I remember it like it was yesterday,’ Copley said.

She added that she thought that since she got along so well with Loretta, she thought, ‘John told her that, and she was a mother, looking at me like a daughter type and thinking, “I better warn this girl not to get her hopes up.”‘

Early days: Copley revealed that she had met John Stamos (seen together in 1984) while she was making her series We Got It Made, which aired from 1983 to 1988

Early days: Copley revealed that she had met John Stamos (seen together in 1984) while she was making her series We Got It Made, which aired from 1983 to 1988

Cute: She added that, as Stamos described in his book, she had told a hairdresser that he was 'cute' and she mentioned that he did his hair on General Hospital

Cute: She added that, as Stamos described in his book, she had told a hairdresser that he was ‘cute’ and she mentioned that he did his hair on General Hospital

No intention: 'She called and she said, "Teri, I know that you love John, but don't plan on marrying him, because he has no intention of marrying you." I remember it like it was yesterday,' Copley said

No intention: ‘She called and she said, “Teri, I know that you love John, but don’t plan on marrying him, because he has no intention of marrying you.” I remember it like it was yesterday,’ Copley said

Teri thought: She added that she thought that since she got along so well with Loretta, she thought, 'John told her that, and she was a mother, looking at me like a daughter type and thinking, "I better warn this girl not to get her hopes up"'

Teri thought: She added that she thought that since she got along so well with Loretta, she thought, ‘John told her that, and she was a mother, looking at me like a daughter type and thinking, “I better warn this girl not to get her hopes up”‘

Copley added that her and John had, ‘never discussed marriage’ so she thought that Lorraine was trying to protect her.

‘So, of course, I thought he doesn’t love me. Why would he tell his mother that if he loved me? If a man says that about a girl, you know he doesn’t love you,’ Copley explained.

She explained that she drove to his house and told John, ‘I don’t think we should see each other anymore,’ and when John asked, ‘Why?’ she said, ‘I just don’t think we should.’

Copley added, ‘It was my fault, I was young. I didn’t know how to communicate with him to tell him’ about what his mother told her.

She added she wasn’t ‘secure enough’ or ‘strong enough’ to tell him what John’s mother told her, so she just ‘left it at that, I left him like that,’ adding she, ‘lived with that regret and I didn’t give him any understanding, but I was hurt and I was mad.’ 

Copley continued that a few days later, she was at a market and saw Danza on the cover of TV Guide, and when she read the article he had said, ‘Teri Copley was the only girl he had ever loved.’

‘I must have called Tony and Tony came to my house. It was daytime. It was probably 10 or 11 in the morning. I was fully dressed and there was a knock at the door and I answered the door fully dressed and it was John,’ she said, refuting details John said in the book.

He claimed that he found Copley and Danza in bed in her guest house, but she added that she didn’t even have a guest house.

Protect: Copley added that her and John had, 'never discussed marriage' so she thought that Lorraine was trying to protect her

Protect: Copley added that her and John had, ‘never discussed marriage’ so she thought that Lorraine was trying to protect her

Called: 'I must have called Tony and Tony came to my house. It was daytime. It was probably 10 or 11 in the morning. I was fully dressed and there was a knock at the door and I answered the door fully dressed and it was John,' she said, refuting details John said in the book

Called: ‘I must have called Tony and Tony came to my house. It was daytime. It was probably 10 or 11 in the morning. I was fully dressed and there was a knock at the door and I answered the door fully dressed and it was John,’ she said, refuting details John said in the book

No guest house: He claimed that he found Copley and Danza in bed in her guest house, but she added that she didn't even have a guest house

No guest house: He claimed that he found Copley and Danza in bed in her guest house, but she added that she didn’t even have a guest house

‘And he just looked at me and shook his head like, “How could you?” and she looked at him like, “Well what do you care? You don’t love me.”‘

She added that John might have come back to ‘get understanding’ and she admitted that she wished the, ‘circumstances hadn’t been what they were but he certainly didn’t come in my house and find me in bed, naked with the sheet over. None of that happened.’

Copley added that, years later, they ran into each other and, ‘got back together for a short time,’ but John wasn’t, ‘making commitments to me or expressing love for me.’

They split again and then after he dated Paula Abdul, they got back together yet again ‘for awhile’ but the same issues came up: ‘There was no commitment.’

She added that after he split with Rebecca Romijn, she had him call her and she went over to his place because she had, ‘grown up a little bit and I wanted to tell him what happened.’

She told him what his mother told her all those years earlier and she said he looked at her and said, ‘I didn’t know that, Teri. I would have married you. I was madly in love with you.’

Copley said that she just sat there, ‘brokenhearted’ because she had just left him, ‘without giving him understanding.’

She added that by this time, she had become a Christian and her ‘morals had changed’ and she had, ‘found love I had never found before.’

She said they went their separate ways again but then they had a ‘mutual friendship and love as friends, I thought, at that point.’

Only girl: Copley continued that a few days later, she was at a market and saw Danza on the cover of TV Guide, and when she read the article he had said, 'Teri Copley was the only girl he had ever loved'

Only girl: Copley continued that a few days later, she was at a market and saw Danza on the cover of TV Guide, and when she read the article he had said, ‘Teri Copley was the only girl he had ever loved’

Later: Copley added that, years later, they ran into each other and, 'got back together for a short time,' but John wasn't, 'making commitments to me or expressing love for me'

Later: Copley added that, years later, they ran into each other and, ‘got back together for a short time,’ but John wasn’t, ‘making commitments to me or expressing love for me’

Copley added that years later he ran into John again and he was with his mother, and she told him that they had, ‘something very special,’ and she said, ‘I know you did, dear, I know you did,’ as Copley started getting emotional.

Copley added that, as a mother now, she understood why Stamos’ mother told her all those years earlier and she never, ‘held that against her.’

‘All that being said, I felt sideswiped by John, getting an email from People magazine and talking to the lady at People magazine and hearing what was being spoken and see him carelessly throw me out there like a dirty dish rag for people to make fun of and people to make all these assumptions about me that were very far from the truth, it just was very hurtful and surprising to me. That’s not the John that I ever knew,’ Copley said.

She added that she did this just to share what happened from her perspective, and, ‘just to say to John, I forgive you. I forgive you, John,’ adding she will pray for him and his family, ‘as long as I’m here.’ 



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