The actor also takes the rapper-turned-singer hostage in the video and tapes his mouth, legs and arms with hot pink duct tape. She also electrocutes her rumoured boyfriend by dropping a hairdryer in a bath he's taking. The whole thing wouldn't have been so messy if Megan wasn't still married to her husband, Brian Austin Green, although he has since confirmed their suspected split.
Green said, in his podcast, that he and Fox are "friends at this point".
Brian Austin Green said that Megan Fox was not unfaithful to him that she only had a close friendship with Baker, she expressed that she was very honest when asking for a divorce since she wanted to know Machine Gun Kelly better without the family commitment she had with Green.
As Wayne explained what typed of custom steel designs his company makes, Fox pulled up a "family crest" featuring the name Green cut into it. I was shocked and I was upset about it, but I can't be upset at her because she didn't ask to feel that way. "And so I did", he shared.
The couple chose to end things before it became a potentially "volatile situation".
The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star began dating Megan in 2004. They could come back together.
"We talked about the fact that separation - we can't pretend it won't affect the kids, because it will", the actor stated.
Still, it seems meaningful she would show off the family's Tree of Life! I don't want people to think that [they] are villains or I was a victim in any way with any of this - because I wasn't. "This isn't something new for us".
We cannot claim we're as well shocked to hear it.
Always love: He said: "I will always love her. She's always had really good judgment".
And the pair were together again in the hip-hop star's music video for his single Bloody Valentine.
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