La relazione di Shanna Moakler con Matthew Rondeau continua a diventare più disordinata. Dopo essersi frequentati per circa un anno, Moakler e Rondeau hanno deciso di chiudere all’inizio del 2021, ha confermato a Life&Style. “Ho rotto con Shanna mesi fa e sono più felice di quanto non lo sia mai stato”, ha detto Rondeau nel luglio 2021. “Mi sto davvero concentrando sul ritrovare me stesso come persona emotivamente e mentalmente”. Ma non era la fine per loro. La coppia ha presto intrapreso un viaggio sulle montagne russe senza fine in vista. Tuttavia, la situazione è degenerata fino al coinvolgimento della polizia a febbraio, poco dopo il tempo di Moakler in “Celebrity Big Brother”.
Shanna Moakler says Matthew Rondeau 'has my heart'
Shanna Moakler still has feelings for Matthew Rondeau. On May 17, she uploaded a photo to her Instagram Stories that showed the two with their lips nearly touching. "This is who has my heart," the former Playboy model wrote. "If you don't like it, I don't care. If you have nothing nice to say, go away. He is kind. He is loving. He is talented and he is loved." The day before, Moakler shared a photo with an empowering message about being okay in one's own company. "Know your worth, even if it gets lonely," she captioned the snap.
Despite her not-so-subtle display of affection for Rondeau, Moakler denied they are back together, though she hopes they can they eventually make it work again, she told Us Weekly on May 18. "I know my family just wants to see me happy," she said. "I know they know both Matthew and I are doing the work to heal and be better people." Moakler made no efforts to hide she is still hung up on Rondeau. "Relationships can be difficult when played out in the public eye, but love is love and I love him."
Even though Moakler's ex-boyfriend has received plenty of public criticism over his treatment of her, she's confident those who matter are on their side. "I know the people who know us will support us."
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