On page 107 of UNSETTLED MATTERS, Bleecker refers to Robert Clouse's book regarding Bruce telling Stirling Silliphant that Tiana was a "gold-digger" and that he should get rid of her. According to Clouse, Lee's statements were in response to Silliphant divulging the fact that he intended to marry Tiana. Bleecker then claims that "Bruce had kept a personal, private file on Tiana that included several beautiful photographs of the woman." Interesting.
I read that too ... Bruce didn't always seem to handle himself with decorum and grace. He seemed pretty impulsive and egotistical at times... Especially when you read all the things about him and then put the pieces together. Human. After all.