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Culpo’s ‘clinginess led to Jonas split’

Published 18/06/2015

Nick Jonas
Nick Jonas

Nick Jonas ended his two-year relationship with Olivia Culpo because she was too “clingy”, it has been claimed.

The 22-year-old Chains singer first got together with the 23-year-old former Miss Universe after they met at the 2013 Miss USA Competition.

And following claims the pair have called time on their romance, an insider has alleged Olivia’s demands for Nick’s time caused him to decide that a break might be best.

“She was being clingy. She wanted him to stay home more instead of travelling for his job,” a source told America’s OK! Magazine. “He’s working on his new album and he’s got a new movie role that he’s about to announce. He’s pretty much booked solid.”

While Nick is said to have intended the break to be temporary, Olivia’s parents apparently led to him deciding to make the situation permanent.

According to the outlet, Susan and Peter Culpo attempted to mend the issues in their daughter’s relationship with Nick themselves.

“He decided to end things because her family started acting immature about the break,” the source added.

“They were like, 'A break doesn’t make sense. You already spend enough time apart. Why doesn’t he hang out with you more? He should put you before his career.’ He’s very serious about his career.”

When reports of a breakup first emerged, it was claimed their separation was only ever intended to be brief.

However, when was asked if a reconciliation was likely, the source replied: “I doubt it.”

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