Kat Von D explains why she walked out of an interview yesterday, and reveals a little about her split with Jesse James. Do you sympathize with her? Vote!
Kat Von D pulled a very diva-like move yesterday when she stormed out of an interview with Good Day LA and got into a Twitter war with anchor Jillian Reynolds. She was upset about her split with former fiance Jesse James and last night she took to Facebook to explain her actions. “What can I say? I suck.” she titled her blog post.
“Today felt pretty impossible … I sure made a mess of things,” she blogged. Kat took responsibility for her actions: “Whatever is ‘happening to me’ is no ones ‘fault’ other than my own.” She also said this year has been challenging, thanking her sobriety for not turning her into a complete mess. “I mean, if all of this would of taken place 4 years ago before I decided to get sober I would have easily been the worlds biggest train wreck.”
Kat spoke about the stress of filming LA Ink, a two-month book tour, and losing her cat when her house burned down. She finally opened up a little about her relationship with Jesse, a relationship that not many people approved of considering they dated very soon after Jesse finalized his divorce from Sandra Bullock, a woman he had cheated on repeatedly.
“My new relationship with Jesse, which regardless of how happy it made me, sprung a lot of negativity from the outside world […] In my relationship I never before felt as solid and strong- even though the world said different by all the criticism […] It felt like it was just the two of us against the world […] Knowing that someone loves you for who you are and that they gain nothing from you other than the joy of being loved unconditionally is a good feeling,” revealed Kat.
And all she really says of the split is, “Never planned on walking away from this relationship, let alone the timing of things.”
Kat went on to say that she “doesn’t expect people to understand” and that “this isn’t an apology for walking out on a silly morning show interview this morning”. She reveals she’s not “strong enough” to do all of her press commitments, but that she’s not going to “flatter” herself into thinking she’s “interesting enough” for people to ask things un-related to her personal life.
She does not acknowledge opening herself up to this by starring in a show centered around her personal reality, but she does tell people it premieres today and whether they watch it or not, she doesn’t care. She was just trying to put “good into out the universe.” One tattoo at a time Kat. One tattoo at a time.