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Unfortunately, that underwater-themed wedding they were planning just isn’t going to happen. Kat Von D has announced the end of her engagement to DJ Deadmau5, and it doesn’t sounds like they’re going to be best friends when the dust settles.
The reality TV star and tattoo artist used Twitter to break the news and share some pretty serious claims. Kat tweeted early Monday morning (June 26), “Man, I’m a fool.” Two hours later she sent another message, reading, “Cheating on your loved one is the most hurtful thing one could do. I hate to have to admit, that this relationship is indeed over.”
Nearly 24 hours later, Deadmau5, real name Joel Zimmerman, posted a message on his Facebook with his response to the cheating claims. He confirms that the relationship is over, but says he technically never cheated. “Kat and I split in November and I moved back home to Toronto,” he writes, “During this time, while we were broken up, I did have relations with another woman.”
Deadmau5 says when he and Kat reconciled the next month, he admitted the relations. He believed they moved past it and then the couple got engaged in December. However, they decided to end the engagement when it was clear “the relationship was not working.” The DJ says that at no point while they were together was he unfaithful.

Von D has been unlucky in love the past few years. She was previously engaged to Jesse James, who cheated on Sandra Bullock. He, not surprisingly, cheated on Kat as well, she claims with 19 different women.
Posted by:Chris E. Hayner

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