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LeAnn Rimes Explains Why She's a Cheater

Photo Source:  Boston Herald

Don't you just love how cheaters always have a supposedly valid excuse for why they cheat? 

LeAnn Rimes is the newest member of the "It Wasn't My Fault That A Penis Other Than My Husband's Wound Up in My Vajayjay" Club.  Don't you just hate it when that happens?  You forget to pay your water bill, you run a stop sign, you slip and find a foreign penis in your nether regions . . . it happens.

So LeAnn tells People (OF COURSE) that the time she had with her ex-husband Mr. Rimes (otherwise known as Dean Sheremet) was "great" but they ultimately couldn't make it work. 

I have a comment (as I'm sure you knew I would).  First, their time together couldn't have been too "great" as LeAnn didn't keep the goody basket at home.  And obviously they couldn't make it work - - Eddie Cibrian was sneaking dips in the pool.   

So back to LeAnn and her rationalizations.  She states that the way she got out of her marriage wasn't "right" (my note:  DUH!) and that she "did one of the most selfish things that I possibly could do, in hurting someone else."

All together now. . . You think, LeAnn?

She also blames getting married young on the failure of the marriage and the adultery, claiming it wasn't fulfilling for either of them.  I'm sure absolutely nobody tried to talk her out of getting married young, right? 

I'm glad she admitted she hurt her former husband but what about Eddie Cibrian's family?  After all, Mr. Cibrian was married with two small children at the time.  (If you're not in the know, Cibrian and his wife split once his relationship with Rimes made the news).

I really wish magazines like People would quit giving cheaters and lying liars who lie the platform to glamorize and validate cheating as somehow acceptable. 

What do you think?  Does LeAnn and/or Eddie deserve to be forgiven or are they selfish jerks?  And is it inevitable that one or the both of them will cheat on their other?


  1. They're behavior is sick and it's the kids that ultimately suffer.

    This is one of those cases in which I believe they deserve each other.


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