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Tarek El Moussa Gets into Dirty Details About His Divorce
Tarek El Moussa has finally begun to open up a little bit more about his divorce from his ex-wife Christina, but what he has to say isn't exactly nice.
On a recent episode ofThe Dr. Drew Podcast,El Moussa spoke about how his very public break up with hisFlip or Flopco-host took a major toll on him and his family.
"Let's be honest — it was awful," he told Dr. Drew. "I mean, there was more PR about our divorce than any divorce I think I've ever seen....It was wild. On every single magazine, on every news outlet. I was just beyond me."
El Moussa and Christina announced their separation in December 2019 after reports of a domestic altercation at their California home involving a "possibly suicidal male with a gun" earlier that year. The former couple finalized their divorce in January 2019, but have joint custody of their two children, 7-year-old Taylor and 2-year-old Brayden.
"I've had a lot of different struggles in my life," El Moussa said on the podcast. "Financial struggles, personal struggles... just a whole lot of struggles and I feel like I'm finally in a place... like, I was so broken after everything I went through, literally broken, that I was devastated. I could barely walk, I was so broken as a person after going through all the trauma and the divorce and all these different things."
But El Moussa and his ex didn't hide their tension away from the public, either. The duo continuously posted cryptic quotes and photos on Instagram thatprobablywas meant to throw some shade at the other. However, they've seemed to stop after Christina started dating her new guy, Ant Anstead, and El Moussa started his own side projects and bought a new house.
While Christina is selling the house they shared (and flipped) together for almost million, their beloved HGTV show isn't going anywhere.
"You know, it's like anything; you can imagine you're working with someone, and one day you're no longer living together and you separate and you still have to put your pants on, put your shoes on and go to work the next day," El Moussa said. "It was a very difficult experience but as time went on obviously it got easier and easier.
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