'The two of them are just heartbroken. Sometimes the flame just goes out'
Jo Jordan tells Barry Egan that providing shelter and a consoling shoulder is the least she can do for Lisa Murphy
THE woman to whom Lisa Murphy turned after her split from Gerald Kean last month has spoken for the first time about the situation, which has seen the socialite move into her house in Castleknock.
Jo Jordan, Lisa's co-star on TV3's Dublin Housewives, broke her silence on Friday to reveal to the Sunday Independent that: "Lisa is very, very raw at the moment. She is in a good place but she is not jumping around like Mary Poppins. It was just building and building, whatever it was that was inside her and, you know..." Jo said in reference to the split.