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Vienna: Jake Said Sex Before Marriage Was A Sin

Jun. 23 2010, Published 2:58 p.m. ET

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One of the main reasons The Bachelor is still a bachelor is because he told fiancée Vienna Girardi that premarital sex was a sin.

That’s one of many excuses Jake Pavelka used to avoid intimacy with his bride-to-be she says in a new interview.

The breakup of Jake and Vienna is making headlines in the reality TV world and Vienna dished to Star magazine that Jake the Pilot lost his way in the bedroom.

“About a month into our relationship things started to get strange,” she says in an exclusive interview in Star’s new issue. “Like he didn’t want to kiss me. I had to ask.

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“And then he decided to go on a fast for religious reasons and he didn’t want to be intimate. He said it’s a sin to do that before marriage and he wanted to cleanse himself.”

Now Jake has cleansed himself of Vienna who says she cried over the couple’s lack of intimacy, which continued even after Jake’s fast ended.

She details the list of excuses he used to avoid sex and says they went without it for six months!

“He kisses me only if we are on a red carpet or cameras are there,” she says. “Besides that, I have to ask for a kiss – and if I do he’ll pucker his lips and just peck me. I’m like, ‘that’s how I kiss my grandmother!’”

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She called his lack of physical affection “emotionally abusive.”

And while Jake showed no sexual ambition (at least with Vienna) she was also surprised that his true ambition was acting. “He lied to me! We never talked about it,” Vienna told Star about Jake’s sudden announcement that he wanted to live in Los Angeles to pursue acting.

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