By Jessica DeRubbo
In recent celebrity news, Bachelor Nation alums and celebrity couple Ashley Iaconetti and fiance Jared Haibon spoke out as a response to fellow alum Kevin Wendt’s cheating claims. According to UsMagazine.com, Iaconetti and Wendt dated briefly after meeting on Bachelor Winter Games. After the show, Haibon realized his love for Iaconetti and so Iaconetti broke up with Wendt. “I was just a little confused by [his claims],” Iaconetti said. “I definitely told him directly that Jared and I were together before it was a public thing. He made it sound like he was clueless to it.” Iaconetti and Haibon, who met on reality TV show Bachelor in Paradise, wish Wendt only the best despite his claims.
In celebrity news, drama is never far from the Bachelor mansion. What are some ways to keep false claims from affecting your current relationship?
It’s never easy to deal with rumors that affect your relationship, especially when they aren’t true. Cupid has some tips:
1. Always be open and honest: Regardless of whether the truth makes you look bad, always be open and honest about the things you’ve done in your past with your current significant other. There’s nothing worse than a rumor coming out that paints you in a bad life when it ends up being true. Getting out ahead of the drama is always the best plan.
2. Stand as a united front: Remember that you’re with your partner for a reason, so you should both fully trust each other. Stand as a united front against any claims that are false, and don’t waiver.
3. Get to the bottom of it: The best way to keep a false claim from affecting your relationship is to get the bottom of it and let the truth be heard. If you know the rumor came from a friend, confront that friend and make him/her tell your partner the truth. This option is a little more drama-ridden, but it’ll squash the issue forever.
What are some other ways to handle false claims when it comes to your partner? Share your advice below.