Kat Von D – ‘Jesse James Cheated On Me with 19 Women’

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on November 14, 2011 0 Comments

Kat Von D is not having it! She not only called out Jesse James for his cheating ways, but she did so on Facebook so all who can stomach it can read the torrid truth.

The tattoo artist started out by saying, “Today I encountered the 19th girl to add to the list of people Jesse cheated on me with during this last year.”

And that was just the tip of the scorned woman’s iceberg anti-tribute to her former fiance, a man who has cheated before and will probably cheat again. But not with Kat Von D (or Sandra Bullock). He is exposed for who he is and what he does to women who trust him. And it ain’t pretty.

Although Kat Von D wanted to prove everyone (especially the tabloids) wrong about James, she was hard pressed to be able to do that. Still, the loving woman to this louse of a man had hopes. She wanted to let the world see “that change is always possible – even in the people who seem hopeless.”

And Kat Von D still believes this, maybe not for Jesse James, but for mankind and womankind in general. She said on the social networking site, “I still believe that, even if that change never occurs inside of [James] – because I see proof of change everyday – in others, and in myself.

She continued, “I’m far from perfect, but am willing to examine myself, and my patterns of dysfunction, and then put in the work to better myself. It’s a daily practice, but it’s working.”

Happily, it’s working for Kat Von D. Whether Jesse James ever even tries to get his “patterns of dysfunction” to modify, well that’s perhaps another chapter, one that this trusting soul will likely not be around to witness.

And so, Kat Von D takes to heart the fact that, within the last year, her fiance Jesse James cheated on her with 19 women. Would you forgive this man? Could you forgive this man? How would that be possible?

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