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EXCLUSIVE: Vienna Tells Ex "Jake Is Obviously Gay"


Jul. 15 2010, Published 11:10 a.m. ET

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Hunky Bachelor star Jake Pavelka’s sexual preference has been under the microscope since his very public breakup with his fiance Vienna Girardi. But has exclusively learned that long before Jake was labeled gay in public, Vienna was already outing him to her ex.

“Who wouldn’t want to touch me? He’s obviously gay,” Vienna told her ex-boyfriend Brian Lee Smith while she was still living with Jake.

Article continues below advertisement was the first to report the shocking news that Jake refused to have sex with Vienna during the final six months of their rocky relationship.

Smith told that Vienna had some very harsh words for her then-fiance. “He cries too much like a b*tch!” Brian revealed  “I really think he’s gay.”

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Jake has emphatically denied being gay, but Vienna’s bedroom revelations have kept the controversy alive. She said in an interview that Jake said premarital sex was a sin, but that was after he abstained from sex to go on a religious fast after they started their relationship.

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However, toward the end of their whirlwind engagement, Smith said Vienna started to re-think her opinions of his sexuality.

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“He might not be gay, but he seems to only care about his acting career. I don’t want to hurt him. I just want to end things,” Vienna told Smith.

But turning on his one-time flame, Smith actually blames Vienna for Jake’s lack of sexual interest.

“I don’t think Jake was attracted to her after the first month,” Lee said. “She has some very unattractive qualities.”



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