Brian Austin Green Claims Courtney Stodden Used Him To Promote Her New Song Which He Says Is About Him

August 4, 2020 / Posted by:

Brian Austin Green went on Dax’s podcast to set the record straight since “public interest in his relationships” is at an all-time high. No, not that Dax. This is BAG we’re talking about, not a big star like Ian Ziering! Brian recently appeared on Hollywood Raw with Dax Holt and Adam Glyn because “it sucks” that his love life is making headlines and not, I suppose, his latest project which was 2019’s Cross 3: Rise of the Villains (2.2/10 stars, via IMDB). So, with no apparent new projects on the horizon, Brian talked about his relationships with both Courtney Stodden and Tina Lousie, praising Tina for being “really cool”, and “really an intelligent woman” who let him down easy, and claiming that Courtney used him to manufacture a love triangle narrative for her new song Side Effects, when he doesn’t even know her like that. Brian’s just a naive father of four who had no idea that all the ladies who suddenly started DMing him on Instagram (some of whom he then met in person and got in hot tubs with) wanted him for sex!

To recap, public interest in Brian’s relationships peaked when he and Megan Fox split and Megan’s relationship with noted white rapper Machine Gun Kelly became public. As for how he found out about Megan and MGK, who are currently shooting a movie together in Puerto Rico, Brian wouldn’t say:

In the weeks that followed his split from Megan, Brian said he started receiving messages on Instagram from women who wanted to offer him their support. According to TooFab:

“I had no idea that Instagram was so much of a dating site until I was single,” he explained. “Because up until then, I posted pictures of benches, trees, the ocean, and my kids doing stuff here and there. I was a total married dad on it. Then all of a sudden I started getting DMs when Megan and I separated. Instantly, no shame in their game at all.”

Green said it initially felt nice to have women reach out “taking your side” in things when it came to his separation from Fox. He’d respond to them saying, “Thank you,” unaware that he was “opening some sorta door” to continued communication. Eventually, he met up with Stodden, who he claimed he hadn’t heard of before they went out.

Yes, BAG had no idea! He just thought Courtney was some nice lady offering him a suspiciously sticky chest to cry on.

But Brian insists he and Courtney just “hung out and it wasn’t until pictures of the two of them on a lunch date came out that somebody called to alert him he was in you in danger, girl danger.

“I remember when I hung out with Courtney getting a call from somebody afterward saying, ‘There are pictures of you and Courtney Stodden,’ and I was like ‘How do you know her name?’ I had no idea who she was or any of the past anything,” said Green. “I had done no research at all. It wasn’t until I was told, ‘This is the past, this is who this person is, this is what you might have to experience.’ Then you have that moment of, ‘Oh shit, what have I done? Shit.’ Hindsight again, 20/20. I wish I would have known beforehand.”

I don’t get a lot of DMs on Instagram but when I do I usually look past their enormous titties just to make sure I’m not going to end up with a virus or something. Sadly for BAG, what he got was even worse. Brian claims Courtney posted those hot tub pictures just to drum up attention for Side Effects. DUH, BAG, DUH.

Let me write a song about, which is fucking insane. It’s insane. Let’s call that like it is, it’s insane,” he said of her track, “Side Effects.” He added, “Don’t you need to have some sort of connection to somebody to write a song? What’s funny too, when you read into the story a bit, she’ll be like, ‘The song’s not really about him, it’s about love but it was kind of inspired by …’ it’s like, no it wasn’t, you just wanted to put my name in the story because then people will listen to your song and they’re going to be interested in what they’re talking about.”

 

Oh Brian, you sweet summer child. Even if this song is “inspired” by you, go give Courtney her little $1.99 over on Apple music. She earned that shit, 100%. You got played!

Pic: Instagram

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