Jumping the broom is a phrase and custom relating to a wedding ceremony where the couple jumps over a broom.It has been suggested that the custom is based on an 18th-century idiomatic expression for "sham marriage", "marriage of doubtful validity"; it was popularized in the context of the introduction of civil marriage in Britain with the Marriage Act 1836.According to Banks, the statement read: “I was very shocked and disappointed to hear of Johnny Gill’s false spin on the chain of events surrounding our wedding.His outrageous lies were clearly a very desperate and pathetic attempt to clean up his reputation at my expense. Gill would refrain from continuing to spread false gossip and lies to the public, and allow everyone involved to move on with their lies.Banks told listeners Monday that Tracey had reached him by phone that morning, but was under gag order and couldn’t discuss the issue because of a confidentiality agreement she signed with Eddie at the end of their relationship.
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In 1789 the rumoured clandestine marriage between the Prince Regent and Maria Fitzherbert is similarly referred to in a satirical song in The Times: "Their way to consummation was by hopping o’er a broom, sir".
Despite these allusions, research by the legal historian Professor R.
Eddie’s ex-fiancee called Tom Joyner personally to air her side of the story on the allegations made by Eddie’s BFF Gill – who shares a home with Murphy.
As if that wasn’t enough, Tracey also fired off a press release to the national media denying the allegations made by Johnny Gill in a radio interview.