It didn’t take “Bachelor” Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi long to start dishing he-said-she-said dirt about their failed engagement.
Vienna, the antithesis of fan favorite who briefly won Jake’s heart, blabbed to Star magazine about the short-lived relationship with Jake, calling him a “monster.”
“We haven’t been intimate in months now,” Vienna said. “More than four months. At first, his excuse was that he was fasting. The second excuse was that he didn’t feel like it. And the third excuse was that he said that he felt that I wouldn’t understand that he wants to wait until marriage, even though I told him I’d support him. Then, the last excuse was that we fight so much that I push him away. I was like, really, which excuse is it? I literally have been living six months with this guy who won’t be intimate with me!”
But Jake’s side of the story is markedly different. Us magazine reported that Vienna had a fling with actor Gregory Michael while she was still with Jake — and even plotted her Star cover before dumping her fiance over the phone.
“He has no tolerance for infidelity,” a source said of Jake. “At first, he gave her the benefit of the doubt, but soon realized it was true. He realized he couldn’t be blinded by love anymore.”
We don’t know who’s telling the truth, but we’re sure about one thing: We’d like their 15 minutes to be up now, please.
Yet another strange twist in the mysterious story of Gary Coleman’s death: He reportedly had taken out a restraining order against Shannon Price, the ex-wife who gave the OK to cut off his life support after a fall-induced coma, three months before his death.
The late “Diff’rent Strokes” star said, “There have been incidences of domestic violence.”
After the actor’s death, TMZ reported that his ex — who claimed they planned to remarry — had cleaned out valuables from his house. And, she allegedly was responsible for selling photos of Gary hooked up to tubes on his hospital bed, and even shopping one of him after he had passed away.
Hard to believe, but this story just keeps getting sadder.
Did Eddie Cibrian’s controversial romance with LeAnn Rimes — which began while both were still married — cost him his “CSI: Miami” gig?
“The scandal created a lot of hard feelings,” a pal told In Touch magazine.
“Eddie pretty much wrote his own ticket onto the show, and his own ticket off,” a source close to the show explained to the tabloid. “I don’t think the producers were enamored with all the headlines Eddie was generating, and he didn’t make a lot of friends on set either.”
“Eddie would come to work and brag about trips he’d taken with LeAnn,” a friend said. “They called him ‘Lucky Eddie’ behind his back.”
Lucky? Apparently not so much.
Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.