‘Flip or Flop’ Divorce: Christina El Moussa Confirms She’s Dating Gary Anderson (EXCLUSIVE)
Christina El Moussa is moving on!
Shortly after announcing her divorce from her husband and Flip or Flop costar Tarek, the mom-of-two confirmed she’s dating a new man — home contractor Gary Anderson!
This comes shortly after In Touch exclusively revealed that Tarek had suspicions that Christina was texting another man behind his back while the pair were still married.
The drama began when they hired Christina’s now-boyfriend Gary Anderson — an “older, wealthy” divorcée who was hired as a contractor when they decided to redo their pool back in 2015.
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“Christina grew close to Gary,” the insider tells In Touch exclusively. “Tarek was suspicious that she was getting involved with someone but had no concrete evidence.”
That changed in May. “Tarek saw Christina’s phone and [believed] there was some inappropriate texting going on between Christina and Gary,” the insider notes, adding that that incident led to Tarek blowing up and storming out of their home with his guns.
In a statement to In Touch, the estranged couple says, “Neither of us was involved in a romantic relationship with any third party prior to our separation, or believes the other was.”
Christina has since confirmed she’s dating Gary — who has his own skeletons in his closet, as In Touch previously revealed he lied about his hefty income in order to pay less spousal support when his own marriage fell apart.
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According to court documents — exclusively obtained by In Touch — he filed paperwork claiming that he only made around $128,000 in one year, but he was later shown to have an income of more than $1 million for that year, thus raising his spousal and child support.
Christina has remained largely quiet when it comes to her man’s drama.
She appears to be on good terms with her estranged husband — though, In Touch previously revealed that HGTV was forcing the couple to stay together or risk being sued for breach of contract because — an insider with the network tells the mag — they are “more profitable” as a pair than individuals.
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