Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick may have married his model girlfriend amid sexual assault allegations
Ed Westwick has been on the down low for some time now, and the Gossip Girl star has been out of social media radar ever since reports of his alleged sexual assault came under investigation. However, the star doesn't seem to have slowed down in his love life, and it appears that he may have already wed his model girlfriend Jessica Serfaty.
Westwick has been busy battling the sexual assault charges against him, so traveling must be heavy on his schedule, which is, in turn, making his girlfriend overtly anxious about his absence. The 27-year old recently posted a picture on Instagram captioned “New York just ain’t the same without..,” featuring her and Westwick indulging in some heavy-duty PDA.
However, it was not their overt affections which caught the eye of the millions of fans and followers watching the picture.
The photo shows Serfaty in a white lace dress kissing Westwick, who in turn is dressed in a sharp navy blue blazer. Serfaty also sports a ring on her finger, which has sparked rumors that the two lovebirds might have gotten married, or at least engaged, recently.
Last year, in November, Serfaty had told Radar Online that the two were looking at wedding rings, but plans for the same were later put on hold when charges against Westwick surfaced earlier this year. “We were discussing it,” Serfaty admitted at the time. “But I can’t imagine getting married now with everything happening. Until everything is settled, we are not getting married.”
Although the couple has been head-over-heels in love for the past one year, it would definitely be an interesting time for the two to get married, if they did. Westwick has recently been accused of sexually assaulting four women, and he might even be facing jail time if the charges against him are proved in court.
But Serfaty has stayed by her man through it all, and she has been very vocal in her support for her beau. “I can’t imagine him not taking legal action [against his accusers],” Serfaty told Radar. “People should pay the price for their actions.”