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Tana Mongeau is open about her grief after her highly publicized wedding to Jake and Paul.
YouTube-goal-based influencer detail and placed in a 40-minute-long video of her account on Monday under the title “the truth about all of it.” The footage shows Mongeau, 21, lying on her bed, and, if they are willing to admit that they are not able to enjoy life as a couple for four months after tying the knot with fellow Internet star, and Paul was 22.
“I am so unhappy with the way in which my relationship with Jake, to see how it is in the public eye, and I’ve got as much done as I could not care less about what I’m doing. So, it’s all my fault, ” she said (via People). “I just loved Jake so much, and I still do. However, I have had a lot of the cool girl, and don’t have to worry, because I have to live with this person, and I would like to see them be happy and grow up, and I wanted to show them that there are people out there who will accept you for who you are.”
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Tana Mongeau, and Jake and Paul are married at the Graffiti House, on the 28th of July, 2019 at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The outlet and claimed to be Paul’s wife, added: “I think I’m just as much of myself and Jake, myself, lost it, and that it is not his fault, and I don’t blame him for that at all. It’s just the reality of it. I don’t regret it.”
Mongeau added that the couple tied the knot, “everything changed.”
“It all started to fall apart,” Mongeau said, according to the People. “The wedding night, it was just a hell of a job for me.”
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However, at the time of their marriage, the two are YouTube influencers, left fans confused over the question as to whether the ceremony is legal.
In an episode of her MTV YouTube show called “Tana” will be 21 in August, Mongeau confirmed that their marriage was just a publicity stunt.
“Don’t get me wrong, I do think that a wedding is a very serious matter, but at the same time, I don’t think Jake and I will take it very seriously. I’ve got a lot of love for him, but it’s still something that is fun and light-hearted that we are, of course, do it for the fun of it and for the content of” the YouTuber said at the time.
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Tana Mongeau, and Jake and Paul come in for their wedding and reception at the Sugar Factory, on the 28th of July, 2019 at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada.
(Photo by Denise Truscello/Getty Images for the sugar)
In the video, it’s apparently fake some are discussed in the marriage, it would be legal or not.
“This is a marriage, it is 100 percent legal on paper, does it?” Mongeau asked, an uncomfortable-looking Paul, who said, “I don’t know if we have to talk about it, because we need to make it seem like it is.” Per Page Six, the couple do not file for a marriage license.
According to Mongeau, the latest video ahead of the New Year, the couple have previously agreed to an “open relationship.”
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“I was the one with the green lighting to all of it, because I wanted to make him happy. And let them kill me. You are able to just let something kill you, as long as it’s actually going to be a f— – – you will be killed.”
In the end, the goal-based influencer detail and said that she and Paul are a couple, and in spite of the tragedy, there is nothing in the way of their relationship.
“Jake, could have f— – – kill all of my family, I will always love him,” she said in the video, according to People. “I will always have a bond with him that I don’t ever see myself with anyone else.”