UTarek El Moussa hopes to maneuver ahead following a reported on-set argument with ex and Flip or Flop co-star Christina Haack.
“The complete factor simply sucked for everybody concerned,” El Moussa advised E!’s Daily Pop on Tuesday’s episode, based on each Page Six and the Daily Mail.
He additionally vowed to maintain it from occurring once more.
“Christina and I, we labored collectively, wow, for over 10 years now and we have been working collectively as exes for 5 years now,” he stated. “As you possibly can think about, it may be aggravating working with an ex and we did have an incident the place some selection phrases have been stated on either side and I’m positive we each want the entire thing by no means occurred. I imply, I definitely do, however I imply, actually, since we obtained into that little disagreement just a few months again, I’ve simply determined that shifting ahead, by no means once more.”
El Moussa and Haack married in 2009, they usually welcomed a daughter, Taylor, the next 12 months. Son Brayden was born in 2015. In the years in between, in 2013, they started internet hosting their well-liked HGTV present. They break up in 2016, though they continued to work collectively.
Cut to July, when TMZ reported in a publish that has since been faraway from that web site, that the 2 had a nasty argument, through which he insulted her and in contrast her negatively to his fiancée, Selling Sunset‘s Heather Rae Young. It allegedly started when he did not look after the way in which Haack let him know that she and the crew have been able to movie. It was reported in some locations as a “blowup” on his half.
“I by no means wish to undergo that ever once more, I by no means need her to undergo that once more,” El Moussa stated within the new interview. “I do know at some point our children are going to be older and I would like them to know that we nonetheless care about one another and we nonetheless help one another, and it is actually essential to me.”
Yahoo Entertainment has reached out to Haack for remark.