Practically two months after Matthew Rondeau was arrested after an alleged altercation with Shanna Moakler, she is sharing what she’s discovered.
“I perceive why persons are triggered. I do know individuals who have been in relationships the place there’s been any type of abuse, whether or not it’s psychological, verbal, emotionally, it’s very, very triggering,” the Celeb Huge Brother alum, 47, solely informed Us Weekly on Friday, April 22, whereas selling her upcoming Miss Nevada USA and Miss Utah USA pageants. “I’m a mom and I would like my youngsters, and particularly my daughters, to see me as a powerful lady who has self-respect and vanity, and I would like my son to see that as nicely.”
Moakler had been courting the mannequin, 29, on and off since 2020. Rondeau made headlines in February when he shared a regarding video by way of the previous Bridalplasty host’s Instagram account, alleging that she was fixated on ex-husband Travis Barker and slept at one other man’s home the night time earlier than. (The previous pageant queen was married to the Blink-182 drummer, 46, from 2004 to 2008 they usually share son Landon, 18, and daughter Alabama, 16. She can also be the mom of Atiana De La Hoya, 23, whom she shares with ex Oscar De La Hoya.)
“So, it’s over, Okay? Oh lord is f–king proper, so document me now as a result of that is performed,” the Homicide Get together actor stated in a since-deleted Instagram video. “I’m performed. I’m by no means speaking to this f–king specimen of a f–king human once more. The reality is I discovered that she was speaking to different f–king folks the entire total time in our relationship.”
Whereas Moakler has since denied Rondeau’s accusations, he was arrested for felony home violence shortly after posting the video. In keeping with the police report, obtained by Us, Rondeau grabbed the previous pageant queen by her hair, threw a chair at her and urinated on her, leaving seen accidents. He spent six hours in jail earlier than being launched and subsequently kicked out of Moakler’s dwelling. The Meet the Barkers alum was later issued a weeklong emergency protecting order.
The pair’s relationship standing made headlines in March after they have been noticed in Rhode Island collectively.
“I’m single. Matthew and I usually are not collectively, nonetheless, we’re remaining cordial. I feel he and I’ve a really deep love for each other,” the Rhode Island native informed Us on Friday. “I like him very, very a lot. He’s somebody that I used to be with for 2 years and, you already know, clearly, we had a really public incident, which was embarrassing for each of us. It’s not one thing both of us are pleased with.”
Moakler admitted that they’ve every been getting assist because the incident, acknowledging that Rondeau is “not a monster” however reasonably struggles with the limelight. Nevertheless, she famous that she is “not even considering” a couple of potential romantic reunion in the meanwhile.
“I don’t assume it’s a sample we ever need to repeat,” she informed Us. “You’ll be able to’t simply flip off your emotions and your feelings. … I hope that sooner or later we will look again and go, ‘OK, wow, nicely, we discovered one thing from this and we have been capable of higher ourselves.’”
She continued: “I’m simply personally engaged on myself to be the most effective model of myself and I feel courting for me is simply on maintain and clearly specializing in my profession and simply getting in the most effective place that I can emotionally.”
Whereas the mom of three just isn’t prepared to leap again into the courting sport simply but, she’s been centered on working her upcoming pageants. Moakler is the director and producer of Miss Nevada USA and Miss Utah USA, which occur Might 14-15 and Might 27-28, respectively.
“It’s one thing I’m very, very pleased with as a result of I’ve labored with hundreds and hundreds of younger girls over the past decade,” she stated of her new function, noting the contestants will all be sporting Miraclesuit, Magicsuit and Skinny Dippers swimwear. “I’ve had the chance to essentially make a distinction of their lives and get these younger ladies out into their communities and doing communities service they usually get all these unimaginable alternatives.”
With reporting by Diana Cooper
In case you or somebody you already know is experiencing home violence, please name the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 for confidential help.