"A black woman scorned is the worst kind of scorn -- and I've felt it from Terry,'' Plummer said. "That's why I'm doing this (book) -- to help (black men who have come out of the closet) and to give my spin on things.''
Plummer denies McMillan's claim that he married her for her money or to get citizenship, insisting he truly loved her when he left Jamaica at age 20 to live with her.
"I know she was hurt, but I was hurt, too ... and trying to be honest about my sexuality,'' he said.
Awhile later, he called us back: "Say,'' Plummer asked, "do you think you could mention where I work -- the Diablo Beauty Salon in Danville? I could use the clients.'' (source)