Chrishell Stause is calling ex Keo Motsepe out for “playing the victim” in their recent split.
On Friday, People magazine posted that a source close to Motsepe, 31, said he’s heartbroken following his short-lived relationship with Stause, 39.
“He enjoyed his time with Chrishell and was 100 percent in it,” the source told the outlet, adding, “He’s had a tough time with his mom’s passing, but he really wanted to make his relationship with Chrishell last.”
Posting a screenshot of the article, Stause hit back, “Ok I TRULY wanted to keep this drama free, but playing the victim and bringing your mom into it is a step too far for me. I was also 100% in it as well, until revelations told to me recently have made me question if you could even order a coffee without lying.”
She also posted a link to an article titled, “Liar, Liar: How to Break Free from Habitual Lying.”
When a fan pointed out that it was a source quote and not an official comment from Motsepe, Stause responded, “I gathered all the facts before I posted. Don’t worry. I know exactly where it came from.”
Another commenter told her it’s best to ignore it because her response comes off as “childish.”
“Yes I am aware,” she replied. “If I end up alone with cats-it was worth it. But I am also human and not a robot. When you are the ass in the breakup & then the other person tries to let you save face and take the high road publicly….probably best not to poke a bear holding receipts.”
She then vowed to be a better person tomorrow. “Today wasn’t the day,” she concluded.
The “Selling Sunset” star first met the dance pro while she was competing on “Dancing with the Stars” in 2020. The couple went Instagram-official in December and were soon spotted jetting off to Mexico for a romantic getaway.
“He’s the best,” she gushed on Nick Viall’s podcast of Motsepe in December. “Soon after we made it official, we went ahead and shared it. I’m so blushing right now.”
They were together for nearly three months before their breakup. A rep for Motsepe did not immediately return our request for comment.