I wouldn’t be surprised, but I still think she’s exaggerating for effect.Kat also writes that she was hoping that Jesse would “change,” but that he continues “Today I encountered the 19th girl to add to the list of people Jesse cheated on me with during this last year.
I know I deserve a big fat “I told you so,” from everyone, and wish I didn’t have to say, “You all were more right than you’ll ever know” but you were.
Not to worry, I’ve gladly paid the consequences for every mistake I’ve ever made, but learned so much from each of them.
Yes, I am pretty tired of getting mistaken for the girl who everyone believes to have broken up Jesse and Sandra’s marriage, just because I have black hair and tattoos like that other gal.
With matching Manic Panic shag 'dos, prerequisite his and hers rocker eyeliner, and oh so tired i'm-edgy-because-i-wear-black-nail-polish, 49-year-old Frank Carlton Serafino Feranna, Jr (aka Nikki Sixx) and 26-year-old girlfriend Katherine Von Drachenberg (aka "L. Ink" star Kat Von D) are tatted up beyond all recognition -- from each other! Considering that after only dating for a month, Kat had the name of her ex-boyfriend -- Alexander Orbi Lee Kelton Orbison -- tattooed onto her skin, there's no doubt this newfangled relationship will last ... UPDATE: On his My Space blog, Orbi says he and Kat dated up until the last week of February, claims she begged him to marry her, and even calls her a "psychopath." No hard feelings.
Kat Von D posted a long essay on Facebook about her toxic off and on relationship with Jesse James.
She claims to have met the “19th girl” James cheated on her with in the year or so that they were together.
Are we supposed to take that literally, like was she really taking count and does she know of 18 others?
There was a time when I was confident and excited at proving the world wrong, because I believed so deeply in people’s ability to change for the better.
Although this was not a primary purpose in the relationship, I did feel like it would be a positive thing for those who judged Jesse solely based on what they read in tabloids, to see that change is always possible – even in the people who seem hopeless.