LeAnn Rimes’ ups and downs after cheating Dean Sheremet with Eddie Cibrian

Even though she’s not proud of what she did, LeAnn Rimes blames the age for her failed marriage. Her ex-husband, Dean Sheremet denies it.

After nearly eight-year marriage to Dean Sheremet fell apart due to her affair with Eddie Cibrian and more, LeAnn Rimes told in the October issue of Shape magazine that she regrets her actions.

“I understand why people are disappointed in me, especially since I grew up as America’s sweetheart. I think any relationship is hard to get out of, and I don’t think the way I did it was right.”

“I did one of the most selfish things that I possibly could do, in hurting someone else”

She also points to getting married young as the reason for the split. “It wasn’t a fulfilling marriage for either of us,” she tells Shape. “As we got older, we grew apart.”

Her ex-husband, Dean Sheremet, is upset she used their young age as a reason for them to get divorced and claims it’s not true.

“Age had very little to do with why we got divorced,” he told US Weekly. “I was very content and satisfied. I put myself on hold to funnel all my creative energy into her career and our marriage. I was willing to make the sacrifices necessary to have a successful marriage and further her career.”

Dean also said he couldn’t believe that LeAnn, 28, cheated on him with actor, Eddie Cibrian.

“I knew, and know, her better than anyone in this world,” he said, adding, “I was blindsided and shocked that she of all people would do this to the closest person in her life.”

Dean also found new love in a photographer named Sarah Silver – they are living together in New York City.

After finalizing her divorce in December, LeAnn Rimes has moved in with Cibrian. But living with Eddie Cibrian’s two children can be “quite chaotic”.

Eddie Cirbrian moved in with LeAnn earlier this summer. He shares custody of Mason, 7, and Jake 3, with his ex-wife Brandi Glanville.

“I went from being by myself to having two kids in the house. It’s really amazing. They’re really incredible,” she told People magazine on her 28th birthday, celebrated at Tabu in Las Vegas, last week.

Talking about her age she said: “I’m actually one of those strange people that actually enjoys getting older. My age was made such a big deal out of when I was little, so I always wanted to get older. I’m still kind of in that frame of mind. Maybe when I hit 30 that will change.”

But on the subject of Cibrian’s kids, his ex-wife, Brandi Glanville isn’t happy after finding out her 7-year-old son Mason had to go to the emergency room over the weekend. As a result, she has called the singer a bad parent.

Rimes had Tweeted about the incident. “Flew home for 5 hrs to see Eddie & the lil one’s and ended up in the ER!” Rimes wrote. “Everybody’s fine, just a minor kiddo accident. Boys will be boys!”

Glanville replied about her son’s injury: “All I know is I didn’t get a phone call,” she said. “Poor choice. Bad parenting.”

She added, “I don’t know how exactly it happened, but Mason told me LeAnn had oil on her hardwood floors and he fell.”

“Eddie didn’t bother to call me and I showed up to Mason’s soccer game that day only to get a text from Eddie afterward saying Mason wouldn’t be playing since he was in the ER all morning.”

She continued on to speak about her dissatisfaction.

“I’m disappointed in their decision. I’m the mother of these two boys and if we’re going to co-parent, we have to do that together. It’s not call me after.”

Meanwhile Rimes has been online defending herself.

“To be really honest, it’s not her place to tell me how to be,” Rimes wrote. “I respect her as their mom, but she has to understand they’re in my life. I can talk about my life just like she can take about her’s.

“Just so you know, she has never spoken to me. This IS my life too and they are in it 50% of the time…I’ve stepped into a very tough, but rewarding role…I treat those boys like they are my own because that’s how I love.”

Also faced with accusations by her fans, that she’s trying to replace their mother, LeAnn replied that she is part of their life too.

“Please remember those ‘boys’ have a Mother,” the fan wrote. “It seems you don’t give credit to that. Hapnd to me not a good feeling.”

Rimes Tweeted back, “I do, but it doesn’t mean I can’t share our happiness. Please remember I’m a part of their lives too. Seems people don’t give credit to that.”

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Ashton Kutcher is cheating on wife Demi Moore?

According to an eyewitness, the actor had some juicy moments with a 20 year-old blonde female in a restaurant in L.A. near the restroom.

“Ashton had this gorgeous girl pinned against the wall, and he was totally making out with her. I was shocked to see him sucking face with a girl who obviously wasn’t Demi.”

This is surly a shocking news, especially when you cheat on your wife in public, but still is just a rumor, based on the statement of an eyewitness.

In a more comic sense, who knows, maybe Demi wore a blonde wig. Our team hopes this rumor is not true, at least for Demi’s sake.

Is Eddie Cibrian cheating LeAnn Rimes ?

According to Star magazine, Eddie and his estranged wife, Brandi Glanville, spent some passionate nights.

“LeAnn is getting a bitter taste of her own medicine,” said a source close to Brandi. “Eddie will keep cheating, because that’s just what he does.”

“LeAnn’s lavishing him with attention and trying to keep his spirits up,” a source told In Touch Weekly magazine, adding that LeAnn also practices retail therapy with Eddie.

“He’s a clothes horse. She buys him designer stuff all the time to cheer him up — and he eats it up,” said the pal.

Jesse James talks about baby Louis and Sandra Bullock

“To see her in the role as mother is, like, one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen. She is like a fish to water. … As soon as she put that baby into her hands, it was automatic and amazing.”

He adds: “I found a new trust for her, like I knew she wasn’t going to leave, and our relationship blossomed.”

But still that didn’t work for them due to divorce announcement.

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