- Anna Faris and Kat Von D opened up about cheating exes on Anna's Unqualified podcast.
- Anna was previously married to Chris Pratt and Ben Indra.
- Kat Von D has dated Nikki Sixx, Deadmau5, Steve-O, and Jesse James.
I am pleased to announce we're back with another celebrity podcast installment that is actually truly interesting! Unfortunately, while Anna Faris' recent Unqualified podcast with Kat Von D was filled with juicy information, it was all about how they've been cheated on, which obviously sucks.
The cheating discussion started with Von D saying that before she married her husband, Rafael Reyes, she dated "nothing but jerks." She also said that she doesn't even know if she's ever been on a real date before dropping an insane story about how one of her exes cheated on her with 18 (!) people. “I dated someone who cheated on me intensely. I don’t even know how it’s physically possible to f*ck so many people,” she said. “I think I was in denial a little bit. I wanted this to be real and it wasn’t. I used to be a hopeless romantic.”
If you're wondering who she's talking about, Von D didn't specify, but she has dated Nikki Sixx, Deadmau5, Steve-O, and Jesse James. An educated guess would be James, who famously cheated on Sandra Bullock and who Von D previously accused of cheating on her with 19 people in a lengthy 2011 Facebook post.
As for Faris (who has been married to Ben Indra and Chris Pratt), she said one time she confronted an ex after she suspected he was cheating on her, but the ex called her “crazy.” She recalled, “I woke them up in the middle of the night and was like, ‘Are you f*cking so and so?’ He was like, ‘You’re crazy.’”
She added, “I’m pretty oblivious sometimes. Especially in relationships. Of course, I don’t want to believe that anything [is wrong], but there was that gut feeling that was starting to grow more and more.” Anna didn't say who she was talking about, but she shared that her friends eventually told her that her intuition was right.
I will be furiously googling both of their dating histories until further notice.