Evelyn Lozada and Chad Johnson’s relationship has been nothing short of a high-flying and tragic roller coaster full of twists and turns. The two went from inseparable lovers to estranged exes after Johnson head-butted Lozada in August, prompting her to immediately file for divorce. Although the two have been estranged ever since, Lozada and Johnson recently shared several ambiguous messages with each other on Twitter on her birthday. Now, Lozada claims that she wants to speak with Johnson and ask him several hard questions about their downfall.
In a new interview with RadarOnline, Lozada talked about her difficult journey to put her past with Johnson behind her.
“I haven’t spoken to Chad, we can’t — we have a ‘no contact’ clause, but I hear things. He recently did an interview on ESPN and I saw clips of it but it wasn’t easy to watch because he is still wearing his wedding ring, and says he still wants to be married,” said Johnson, referring to an ESPN interview in which Johnson still referred to Lozada as his wife.
“I moved out, I took my clothes and I never looked back. I never went back to the house to pack my stuff, I had someone pack it, and I pretty much moved on with my life,” Lozada continued.
However, Lozada admits that she knows she needs to have an honest conversation with Johnson and ask him some hard questions, including why he cheated on her.
“At some point a conversation needs to take place, I have questions about everything and that will happen when it’s supposed to happen,” Evelyn shared. “I would definitely like to sit down and talk to him down the road — I would just really like to get up in his head and ask, ‘Why?’ ”
“Obviously he wasn’t thinking, but as a woman, there are certain things I needed closure with like why he cheated? It is hard for me to wrap my head around why someone would put everything at risk,” she added.
Well, we’re sure that Lozada will get her honest conversation soon enough and no doubt we’ll all hear about it. In the meantime, check out some other infidelity scandals below. –nicholas robinson