EXCLUSIVE | Mary Fitzgerald on Chrishell Stause's ex Keo Motsepe: 'It takes more than one night to know someone'
'I had one interaction with him and he did seem sweet on that occasion,' Mary said
Keo Motsepe and 'Selling Sunset' star Chrishell Stause's relationship came to a screeching halt in February 2020. The couple had been dating only three months before they decided to part ways. Although, both parties kept quiet about what or who caused the split, rumors have been doing the rounds that it wasn't an amicable one.
However, the reality TV star wanted to keep it "drama-free" until she didn't. After sources from Keo's side insinuated that Chrishell was not 100% into the relationship, she shared her side of the story with a series of posts on Instagram, of which one read: "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," she continued, "until revelations told to me recently have made me question if you could even order a coffee without lying."
We wanted to get a different perspective on the matter and thus, reached out to Chrishell's colleague from The Oppenheim Group and 'Selling Sunset' cast member Mary Fitzgerald. "I had one interaction with him and he did seem sweet on that occasion, however, it takes a long time to get to know someone, much more than one night. I only want the best for her and for her to be happy," she said.
Today, both Chrishell and Keo seem to have moved on after their whirlwind of a romance. She is currently busy working on scripted projects and will begin filming for 'Selling Sunset' Season 4 soon.
While Keo has developed a different interest. He is down with baby fever. Talking to the US Weekly, the 'Dancing with the Stars' pro dancer said that he's good with kids and that friend Gleb Savchenko’s children and his niece and three nephews have helped him prepare for fatherhood.
"If I have girls, yo, they will be daddy’s best friends for sure," he said and added: "If I have, like, boys [then] for sure we’ll play soccer. We’ll do all the stuff. But if I have my girls, I will give [them] everything they want."