Jesse James and Kat Von D Break Up Again

September 26, 2011 By:
Jesse James and Kat Von D Break Up Again

After some are-they aren’t-they drama, some weepy tweets, Facebook posts and a public meltdown on Good Day L.A., Kat Von D and Jesse James have finally split up.

These two should really be thanking Sandra Bullock for the fact that this story is even being written. Anyways, Kat Von D took to facebook (again) and announced the break-up news.

“I am not in a relationship,” she wrote in a facebook post titled ‘ODDS and ENDS,’ She then continued, “I apologize for all the ‘back and forth’ if it’s caused any confusion.”

Thanks for the concern Kat, I personally have been super confused, mostly because I wonder how the re-bound girl from Sandra Bullock has lasted over a year, but that’s clearly a different issue.

Kat and Jesse were engaged for several months, then called off the engagement in July and then got back together. So yah, so much drama.

Jesse tells People magazine what went wrong this time around, “It was clear to me that we were just on two different paths in life. My friend put it best when he said I could never be more deserving of total, noble love. And as a woman, I think it’s important to know your value and never lose sight of that.”

Well, she was never gonna find “total, noble love” with Jesse. Just get a golden retriever and quit crying about it.

Despite the break-up, she’s taking the high road, “I wish Jesse nothing but the best in life and in love.”

Wawa…vomit.

Kat also addresses some other “reoccurring questions” in her facebook post. Rumors that Jesse was in Texas and she was in LA made many wonder if she’d be opening a Texas Ink anytime soon.

“I am not in any way moving to Texas. I am not opening up another tattoo shop. And I am not leaving my shop here in Los Angeles, High Voltage Tattoo.”

Thank goodness! How are Los Angelinos going to get tramp stamped by a celeb tattoo artist without Kat Von D?!

She also talks about not caring that her show LA Ink just got cancelled, “As hard as it is to sometimes let go of the things you are so accustomed to doing, I am happy to have done LA Ink, but am even more excited about new upcoming ventures – and can’t wait to eventually share more about this with you all!”